Vipers Squad for Caf Duty Named

The battle for the youth Member of Parliament that is going to be decided on Monday has peaked with Amanya Tumukunde who is standing to represent Western Uganda capturing the support of influential youth leaders in the region.

We have learnt that Amanya, visit this site ambulance who is the son of NRM’s Lt Gen Henry Tumukunde, dosage troche despite standing on Independent ticket has brought into his camp a number of the ruling party leaders including those from Kiruhura district where the party Chairman, President Yoweri Museveni hails from.

The 26 year old Amanya spent the weekend and a better part of this week in all the three sub-regions of Tooro, Ankole and Kigezi.

He was moving hand in hand with notably Dickson Nampumuza, the Rukungiri district NRM Youth Chairman, Moses Kamisi Nkesega, the Kiruhura district youth chairman among others.

Amanya is tussling for the position with the NRM’s Mwine Mpanga. When contacted on phone on Thursday morning, Amanya said he is not only hopeful but also sure of winning, owing to a number of commitments he has made before and during the campaigns.

“My hope of joining Parliament has graduated to a sure win. I am waiting for the declarations,” Amanya said.

He also boasted of winning the hearts of NRM youths. “Almost all the youth leaders who matter and think about the development of our country through the empowerment of young people are behind me now even those from NRM. That is not magic but the result of hard sacrifice.”

Early this month when the distribution of mixed exotic breed cows to youths in Rukungiri district stirred storms, Amanya reportedly took a center stage in resolving the crisis.

Names of old people including pensioners had entered the list, pushing out those that were eligible.

When contacted, Mr. Nampumuza (Rukungiri NRM Youth Chair) confirmed being in the camp of Amanya.

“I am firmly behind Amanya Tumukunde with all my followers and come Monday just take a keen look on the results from Rukungiri as far as youth MP election is concerned.” He said
Vipers headcoach George ‘Best’ Nsiimbe has released the names of the final 18 players that will be travelling to Nigeria to face Enyimba FC in the return leg of the CAF Champions League that will be played on Saturday 27 February 2016.

The coach was earlier quoted by Vipers media that he was considering to replace injured William Wadri with Alfred Leku but the youngster has not made it to the travelling party.

Third choice keeper James Aheebwa makes the cut in place of Ismael Watenga who is still out injured. Vipers will also miss services of Centre back Shafik Bakaki, this Ibrahim Saddam Juma and Duncan Senindde who are all nursing injuries.

St. Mary’s Kitende graduate Pius Wanji has been included in the squad together with Siraje Sentamu who missed first leg due to an injury upset.

The team is scheduled to leave Entebbe Airport at 12 Am (midnight) aboard Ethiopian
Airlines flight number 336 heading to Lagos, malady Nigeria. They play on Saturday 27 at the stade Adokiye Amiessimaka Sports Complex in Port Harcourt.

Vipers contigent.
Leader of delegation- Samuel Mpiima
CEO- Lwanga Peter

Finance Director- Ssajjabbi Vincent

Head coach- George Nsimbe

Asst. Coach- Edward Golola
Goalkeeping coach- Kiggundu Stephen Billy

Team Doctor- Lule Michael

Keepers: James Alitho, James Aheebwa

Defenders: Nicholas Wadada,Aggrey Madoi, Yusuf Mukisa, Halidi Lwalirwa, Musa Malunda, Dan Bilikwalira.

Midfielders: Deus Bukenya, Siraje Sentamu, Allan Kyambadde, Mike Mutyaba, Brian Nkuubi, Keziron Kizito, Pius Wangi,  Patrick Ssembuya

Forwards: Erisa Sekisambu,  John Ssemazzi.


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