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Election 2016

Voting Starts Slow in Kampala

Business at St Jude polling station in Kiwatule

Soana Fc have picked their first ever win at Bugembe stadium following their 2-1 victory over their hosts Sadolin Paints in a tightly contested match characterized with physical tackles.

Soana surprised their hosts with two goals in succession in the first and fourth minutes from Simon Okwi and Musa Eseru.

Willy Kavuma picked the ball from his half and raced in the right wing beating his marker Nasser Nsubuga before releasing a low cross that eluded both Sadolin center backs finding Okwi in a free zone. The former Bul FC striker calmly slotted past an advancing Umar Mayanja to the bottom right corner to break the deadlock.

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Sadolin defense failed to pick the pieces allowing an in swinger to drop in the danger zone which Mayanja punched off. Kayiwa swung the resulting corner that Eseru headed in after just a three minute interval from the first.

The painters resurrected their attack coming close thrice with Luzige and Ogik missing by chance.

Tragic accident. 
The stadium went silent a minute to the breather when Simon Okwi and Umar Mayanja collided in a 50-50 challenge. The Sadolin keeper failed to pick up from the collision forcing his fellow teammates and doctors  to race to his rescue after he momentarily lost his consciousness. The keeper was given first aid for nearly quarter an hour before Sadolin was forced to rush him to hospital for further check up after falling again.

Sadolin XI: Umar Mayanja (Gk), ask http://celesteanddanielle.com/wp-admin/includes/media.php Ronald Lukungu, seek Nasser Nsubuga, Moses Kibirige, Desmond Kyobe, Dan Ekuyu, Andrew Basooma, George Semogerere, Allan Oryek, Noman Ogik and Edgar Luzige.

Soana XI: Didi Mohamed, Issa Mubiru, Shafiq Kakeeta, Ibrahim Kizza, George Ssimbwa, Willy Kavuma, Dan Wagaluka, Allan Kayiwa, Simon Okwi, Musa Eseru
Voting kicked off smoothly at most polling stations in the capital Kampala as locals went to cast the ballot to choose their next Lord Mayor and city council representatives.

The race for the mayoral seat is between the incumbent Erias Lukwago, what is ed http://coventryrugby.co.uk/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-posts-list-table.php musician Dan Kazibwe alias Ragga Dee of the NRM and Issa Kikungwe who is carrying the Democratic Party flag.

Unlike in last Thursday’s presidential and parliamentary elections, more about http://completehealthacupuncture.com/wp-admin/includes/post.php the enthusiasm has been remarkably low.

At St Jude polling station in Kiwatule, viagra buy voting started as early as 7:30 am but polling assistants were concerned the voter turn up was unlikely to improve.

“We even started before some of the agents could arrive; voters just drop in one by one,” said one Harriet an assistant.

Highlighting the unpleasant scenes in last week’s election results, the incumbent Lukwago last evening called upon the people of Kampala to vote peacefully and remain calm.

“I kindly request you not to become despondent. And to the voters in Kampala, the spirit may have been dampened, but kindly turn up in big numbers tomorrow to vote your MULOODI and credible councillors as we continue with the struggle,” he said.

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