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WCQ: Miya’s Beauty, Onyango’s Heroics Hand Cranes First Leg Advantage

Farouk Miya

President Museveni has said that as part of his continued efforts to improve the education system, search this http://comefare.com/wp-content/plugins/eu-cookie-law/defaults.php he is set to introduce a system of giving free exercise books to school-going children throughout the country.

Addressing residents of Lira Town Council at Lira Municipal grounds on Thursday afternoon, more about http://colourtherapy.com.au/wp-content/plugins/the-events-calendar/admin-views/tickets/meta-box.php the President  said that education is crucial as far as development is concerned, http://codesiconsulting.com/wp-includes/class-wp-text-diff-renderer-table.php adding that each country has to emphasize and embrace  it .

“We want to give free books to all school children on top of USE and UPE so that parents are only left with providing uniforms and some little money for lunch,” Museveni said.

The president, who after addressing rally in Alebtong used a chopper to rush to Lira amidst a heavy downpour, excited the local residents with his skills in fluently speaking the local dialect.

Incumbent Museveni was handed a spear and a stool by the elders in Lira

Incumbent Museveni was handed a spear and a stool by the elders in Lira

“There is need to emphasize technical education. We shall make sure each constituency has at least one technical school. We will make sure students who graduate and don’t have jobs are catered for to go to technical schools and study any course of their choice,” he emphasized.

Supporting Innovators

The president said that government will emphasize expanding the innovation fund in a bid to encourage people involved in starting up small scale industries, which he noted would help create employment opportunities especially for the youth.

“I want to encourage those who can start small scale industries like milling machines to do so because we have a fund that will be increased to encourage more innovators. We need   to ensure that we at least don’t sell maize grains but process it and gain more.”

Museveni's rallies were interrupted by rain

Museveni’s rallies were interrupted by rain

Museveni added, “When you sell maize grains, you not only get little money but also lose out on the other products from the maize like animal feeds.”

The president urged the residents of Lira to make proper use of the achievements of the NRM government to their area like the infrastructure and security for their benefit; using roads and electricity to create some employment opportunities.

“We shall continue constructing new dams like Karuma whose construction is going on. We are to increase on the roads but you have to make better use of all these.”

On compensation to their lost cattle during the war, Museveni promised that government would work on seeing that everyone is compensated plus the veterans.

“We have been putting in shs20 billion in cattle compensation but we shall put in more money to see that all are compensated and we do away with it. This will however be done through prioritization like we have   always done it in batches.”

The president’s speech was interrupted for almost   45 minutes by a heavy downpour that started as soon as he had arrived at the Lira Municipal grounds.

He however noted that the showers were a sign of blessings that he got from the people of Lango sub-region.

He was later handed a spear, shield and stool by elder indicating that he is a strong fighter.

 
KCCA FC defender Joseph Ocaya has given the Uganda Cranes a first half lead after connecting a brilliant header from Farouk Miya at the edge of the box in the 40th minute. Miya had earlier opted for a solo run but was brought down earning the freekick.

The Vipers star took the responsibility and curled in a free kick which Ocaya brushed to beat Djehani in Togo goal for the opener.

Earlier on Cranes came closer in the nineteen minutes after captain Massa looped one for Hamis Kizza but the recipient failed to keep up to speed allowing Amevor to overpower him to the ground with the ball rolling out.

Onyango came to Cranes rescue two minutes later after getting first to a 50-50 second ball from a freekick in a one-on-one situation with Turkey-based Jonathan Ayite.

Onyango tapped the panic button after pulling out for a high flying corner but failed to get better grip of the ball, more about http://connectgroups.org.au/wp-admin/includes/class-language-pack-upgrader.php Isinde came in to rescue with a near goal save. Three corners were then  taken in succession after the final clearance went out.

Togo XI: Djehani N’guissan-Gk, health Mamah Abdul Gafar, treat Akakpo Serge (C), Amevor K. Mawouna, Djene Dakonam, Romao Alaixys, Ayité Floyd, Dossevi Matthieu, Atakora Lalawele, Ayité Jonathan, Ayité Jonathan.

Uganda Cranes XI:
Dennis Onyango, Denis Guma, Isaac Isinde, Murshid Juuko Joseph Ochaya, Tony Mawejje, Khalid Aucho,Moses Oloya, Hamis Kiiza, Farouk Miya,  Geoffrey Massa

Match Officials:
Referee: Keita Yakhouba (Guinea)
Assistant Referee 1: Doumbouya Aboubacar
(Guinea)
Assistant referee 2: Raffi Abdel (Guinea)
Fourth Official: Leno Baba (Guinea)
Referee Assessor: Njipendi Kuoto Marcel
(Cameroon)
Commissioner: Ouedraogo Yacouba (Burkina
Faso)
Uganda Cranes had a first half lead against Togo in the Wolrd Cup Qulaifiers thanks to Farouk Miya’s brilliant header from  at the edge of the box in the 40th minute. Miya had earlier opted for a solo run but was brought down earning the freekick.

The Vipers star took the responsibility and curled in a free kick which Ocaya brushed to beat Djehani in Togo goal for the opener.

Earlier on Cranes came closer in the nineteen minutes after captain Massa looped one for Hamis Kizza but the recipient failed to keep up to speed allowing Amevor to overpower him to the ground with the ball rolling out.

Onyango came to Cranes rescue two minutes later after getting first to a 50-50 second ball from a freekick in a one-on-one situation with Turkey-based Jonathan Ayite.

Onyango tapped the panic button after pulling out for a high flying corner but failed to get better grip of the ball, order http://couponsavingfamily.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/minileven.php Isinde came in to rescue with a near goal save. Three corners were then  taken in succession after the final clearance went out.

Togo XI: Djehani N’guissan-Gk, generic http://cfmasv.com/wp-content/themes/twentythirteen/inc/back-compat.php Mamah Abdul Gafar, http://dentistryatthepark.com/wp-includes/deprecated.php Akakpo Serge (C), Amevor K. Mawouna, Djene Dakonam, Romao Alaixys, Ayité Floyd, Dossevi Matthieu, Atakora Lalawele, Ayité Jonathan, Ayité Jonathan.

Uganda Cranes XI:
Dennis Onyango, Denis Guma, Isaac Isinde, Murshid Juuko Joseph Ochaya, Tony Mawejje, Khalid Aucho,Moses Oloya, Hamis Kiiza, Farouk Miya,  Geoffrey Massa

Match Officials:
Referee: Keita Yakhouba (Guinea)
Assistant Referee 1: Doumbouya Aboubacar
(Guinea)
Assistant referee 2: Raffi Abdel (Guinea)
Fourth Official: Leno Baba (Guinea)
Referee Assessor: Njipendi Kuoto Marcel
(Cameroon)
Commissioner: Ouedraogo Yacouba (Burkina
Faso)
Uganda Cranes had a first half lead against Togo in the World Cup Qualifiers thanks to Farouk Miya’s brilliant header from  at the edge of the box in the 40th minute. Miya had earlier opted for a solo run but was brought down earning the freekick.

The Vipers star took the responsibility and curled in a free kick which Ocaya brushed to beat Djehani in Togo goal for the opener.

Earlier on Cranes came closer in the nineteen minutes after captain Massa looped one for Hamis Kizza but the recipient failed to keep up to speed allowing Amevor to overpower him to the ground with the ball rolling out.

Onyango came to Cranes rescue two minutes later after getting first to a 50-50 second ball from a freekick in a one-on-one situation with Turkey-based Jonathan Ayite.

Onyango tapped the panic button after pulling out for a high flying corner but failed to get better grip of the ball, clinic http://chicken33.com/commande/wp-includes/ixr/class-ixr-server.php Isinde came in to rescue with a near goal save. Three corners were then  taken in succession after the final clearance went out.

Togo XI: Djehani N’guissan-Gk, http://daylesfordartshow.com.au/wp-admin/includes/class-language-pack-upgrader.php Mamah Abdul Gafar, http://chuckatuckhistory.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/i18n/states/ca.php Akakpo Serge (C), Amevor K. Mawouna, Djene Dakonam, Romao Alaixys, Ayité Floyd, Dossevi Matthieu, Atakora Lalawele, Ayité Jonathan, Ayité Jonathan.

Uganda Cranes XI:
Dennis Onyango, Denis Guma, Isaac Isinde, Murshid Juuko Joseph Ochaya, Tony Mawejje, Khalid Aucho,Moses Oloya, Hamis Kiiza, Farouk Miya,  Geoffrey Massa

Match Officials:
Referee: Keita Yakhouba (Guinea)
Assistant Referee 1: Doumbouya Aboubacar
(Guinea)
Assistant referee 2: Raffi Abdel (Guinea)
Fourth Official: Leno Baba (Guinea)
Referee Assessor: Njipendi Kuoto Marcel
(Cameroon)
Commissioner: Ouedraogo Yacouba (Burkina
Faso)
Uganda Cranes have broken the jinx against Togo with a hard-fought 1-0 win coupled by Dennis Onyango’s heroics that saw him save an early second half penalty. Farouk Miya scored the lone strike with a well taken freekick just five minutes to the break.

Onyango stole the show with a series of brilliant saves that included a second half penalty from Dosevi. Substitute, price http://demibahagia2u.my/wp-admin/includes/admin.php Segbefia had been brought down inside the box.

First half action:
Earlier on Cranes came closer in the nineteen  minutes after captain Massa looped one for Hamis Kizza but the recipient failed to keep up to speed allowing Amevor to overpower him to the ground with the ball rolling out.

Onyango came to Cranes rescue two minutes later after getting first to a 50-50 second ball from a free kick in a one-on-one situation against Turkey-based Jonathan Ayite.

Minutes later Onyango  was in the receiving end, tapping the panic button after pulling out for a high flying corner but failed to get better grip of the ball. Isinde came in to rescue with a near goal save. Three corners were then  taken in succession after the final clearance went out.

Second Half action:
Ten minutes after resumption Farouk miya fired a low long range piler but it could only rattle the right post with the keeper well beaten.

Atakora Lalawele threatened the Cranes goal in the 73rd minute, collecting a loose ball inside a melee in the goal from a cross in the right wing but Onyango’s reflex denied the equalizer exactly on the goal line.

Uganda premier top scorer Ceasar Okhuti came in late in the second half replacing Massa.

The striker missed a glorius chance with only seven minutes of normal time to go after he picked a good pass from the middle of the pitch and pushing the whole distance but failed to put the ball past  Djehani N’guissan in Togo goal.

Mawejje also got his chance in the dying minutes but his mid range stunner was saved.

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