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WCQ; Goal-den Miya Inspires Cranes to Group Stages

Miya celebrating the second goal [Photos by Pat Robert Larubi]

Nina Nekesa Irene Wandera, cost more about http://dakarlives.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/photon.php the unsuccessful contestant for the Busia district Woman MP NRM flag bearer has petitioned the party electoral commission boss Dr. Tanga Odoi, no rx drugs saying her victory was robbed.

The 27 year old Mass Communications degree holder was beaten by the incumbent Barbra Nekesa Oundo, visit who is also the State Minister for Karamoja Affairs.

Nina Nekesa claims that she was cheated. She showed Chimpreports what she called evidence that votes were changed on the tally sheet.

Some of the shots taken of the tally sheets show that at some polling stations, Minister Oundo’s votes were edited.

At Buteba sub county for instance, a one [1] was added onto her tally of 70 from Amunuoit village, to make it 170.

Minister Oundo polled 28,750 votes while Nina Nekesa trailed her with a close 25,443.Others in the race were Rose Munyira and Esther Makanga.

Nina Nekesa says she won in 13 sub counties including the municipality which had the biggest population of voters.

“They gave me a block vote when it came to the municipality. Even when I go there now they ask me what happened,” she said.

“The people in Busia love me and they knew I was a favorable candidate. They gave me their votes despite my age and financial status.”

She cited a number of irregularities that marred the entire voting exercise, which went as late as 11pm in the night in some areas.

In some areas, the number of ballot papers that went to the polling stations did not match the number of votes that came back to the tallying centers.

For instance at Buteba she says, where 500 ballot papers were taken it was 900 that returned.

Nonetheless she says, at around 11, she was still leading with a margin of 3000. By 5: 00am, in the morning however, the results had changed and the incumbent was declared winner.

She is now seeking the results to be overturned by the party electoral commission, or she would have to exit the party and run as independent in the coming general elections.

Hon Barbra Oundo by publication was yet to return our repeated calls for a comment.
Kawempe Muslim teenage superstar, cialis 40mg http://clipvoice.it/administrator/components/com_content/views/featured/view.html.php Sandra Nabweeteme carried on her explicit goal-scoring spree over the weekend in the women’s elite league guiding her team, Kawempe Muslim past a stubborn Muteesa Royal University and Olira fc.

The player of the year nominee scored an 82nd minute winner to see off Mutesa university 1-2 away at Wankulukuku on Saturday before wowing the fans with a stunning five goals against new comers Olira fc.

Olira who had played to a one-all draw with Ajax Queens a day earlier suffered a disheartening 10-1 loss. Hasfa Nassuna grabbed a hattrick in the game.

The double win takes the defending champions to top of Elizabeth group while UCU lady cardinals lead the Victoria group all with maximum points from three fixtures. UCU thumped London College, Nansana 1-3 away.

In the other match, a double from Winnie Babirye and Annet Kimbugwe gifted Buikwe She Red Stars the first victory of the season as they brushed off Wakiso Hills at home.

Top scorers
With only two and three match days played, the race for the golden boot has started shaping up with Nabweeteme already in double digits with ten goals two more than Hasfa Nassuna.

Full weekend results
Western United 3 – 0 Gadaffi Integrated

Mutesa University 1 – 2 Kawempe Muslim

Ajax Queens 1 – 1 Olira WFC

London College, Nansana 1 – 3 UCU Lady Cardinals

Sunday 21st Nov
Buikwe She Red Stars 3 – 0 Wakiso Hills

Kawempe Muslim 10 – 1 Olira WFC
2018 World Cup Qualifier

Uganda 3-0Togo (4-0) aggregate

Uganda Cranes eased to the through to the group stages after defeating Togo 3-0 in an almost one sided game played at Namboole stadium.

Cranes captain Geoffrey Massa put the hosts in te driving seat in the 3rd minute after receiving a pass from Godfrey Walusimbi that the former struck past Togo keeper Djehani N’guissad.

The momentum was then set from then as the Cranes dominated the game from the midfield commanded by Tony Mawejje, hospital http://chimpreports.com/entertainment/wp-includes/class-walker-page.php Aucho Khalid, drug Kizito Luwagga and Godfrey Walusimbi.

Mawejje ‘s timely interceptions and Miya’s calculated  movements  caused discomfort and trouble for Amevor Kodjo and Wome Dovi who were subsequently booked by the Madagascan referee Nampiandraza El Moussa.

Miya was on target for Uganda’s second goal that came off a defensive error that saw Walusimbis’s attempt failed to get thwarted by Djene Dakonam before the Vipers forward fired it into the net. He doubled his score in at the stroke of halftime with a well curved volley that sealed a 3-0 home victory for the Cranes.

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Togo’s coach Tom Saintfiet rued his side’s lack of a quick reaction after trailing in the first half where he believes it was possible to change the result.

“We lost possession and the firepower soon after the first goal. However I thought we could fight back but failed to have a shot at Uganda’s goal, ampoule ” he said.

“I am so disappointed with the way we played because we have ourselves entirely to blame. However Uganda worked hard and deserved to win this game,” he added.

However his opposite number Sredejovic Milutin was happy with the Cranes spirit and hard work but was acknowledges the campaign is not done and dusted. He also attributed the good performance to the recent improved away performance that has seen Uganda win the last three games in Comoros, Sudan and Togo.

Micho’s focus as well as the team with be set next week’s Cecafa competitions that will be hosted in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

“We are taking at step at a time and we shall now begin serious preps for the Cecafa tournament and later the 2016 January CHAN competitions,” he said.

The Game in Pictures

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