Its only ten days remaining to the epic Caf Champions second leg encounter between Enyimba and Vipers SC but the Nigerian coach Paul Aigbogun is spitting fire with all kinds of threats to the Ugandan champions.
Erisa Sekisambu’s 73rd minute goal is the only difference between the two giants but coach Aigbogun presupposes that his team shouldn’t have lost in the first place and suggests Vipers shouldn’t be in the cloud nine.
“We should not have lost the game (vs Vipers). We had enough chances to win. In the next game we would have our full squad and play very differently from how we did today. It’s not over for us, information pills http://chuaxuattinhsom.info/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-ms-sites-list-table.php ” he told club media.
He further says that, try http://classlitigation.com/wp-content/plugins/ubermenu/pro/menuitems/ubermenuitemdynamicterms.class.php “Vipers have shown what they are capable of scoring with a rare chance at goal. We too will show what we can do at home. I believe we will advance to the next around.”
Enyimba needs to beat Vipers by a two goal margin or at worst a 1-0 win to take the game into penalties.
Vipers will involve in a Uganda cup tie against Big league debutants Bukedea TC FC in the round of 64 while the Nigerians take on Akwa United in the Nigerian super cup. Both games will be on Wednesday 17 February.
The Independent Electoral Commission has rubbished pictures being spread on social media, side effects http://channelingerik.com/wp-admin/includes/class-file-upload-upgrader.php of boxes of voting materials which were allegedly tampered with before arrival in Buliisa district.
The photos show boxes purportedly dispatched by the electoral commission on Tuesday, malady one of which was found ripped open.
The arrival and defects of the batch of 84 boxes for Buliisa District was allegedly witnessed and reported on social media by one Godwin Kasigwa Angalia, viagra 60mg one of the MP aspirants for Buliisa constituency.
The electoral commission spokesperson Jotham Taremwa however, dismissed these photos as fake. He told Chimpreports that these were recycled from the previous (2011) elections.
“This is part of a wider campaign to discredit the Electoral Commission ahead of the elections. Nothing will divert us from holding a transparent exercise,” he said.