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WCQ: Rwanda,Libya Pitch Camp in Tunisia Ahead of Crucial Tie

Amavubi in previous training.

Former Vice Chancellor of Makerere University and presidential hopeful, approved http://darkon.org/wp-content/plugins/events-manager/buddypress/screens/my-events.php Prof. Venansius Baryamureeba has scoffed at ‘political rivals and haters’ who yesterday spread on social media pictures of his a tiny crowd that graced his inaugural campaign rally in Kayunga.

On the first day of campaigns as all candidates struggled to start with the biggest momentum possible, tadalafil http://dejanmilutinovic.com/wp-includes/class-walker-nav-menu.php Prof. Barya announced suspending campaigns over security issues.

The three main contenders, stuff incumbent president Yoweri Museveni of National Resistance Movement, Kizza Besigye of Forum for Democratic Change and Go Forward`s Amama Mbabazi were meanwhile vigorously engaged in the game of crowds in their respective rallies.

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Museveni was in Luwero where NRA struggle started from, Besigye in his hometown of Rukungiri while Mbabazi was in his ally`s (Democratic Party) turf of Masaka.

Prof Baryamureeba waves to supporters in Kayunga

Prof Baryamureeba waves to supporters in Kayunga

Through the day, the camps of the trio were industrious on social media, posting the best shots from their crowds and making constant updates.

Late in the afternoon the nation was astonished when a picture of Prof. Baryamureeba addressing a handful of people – most of them young children, appeared on the social media.

The picture was widely shared, and mocked by many Ugandans who indeed started toying with Museveni`s analogy of a ‘boyish Barya.’

The computer professor however, on Tuesday afternoon also took to social media and described the picture as patch work of his rivals since he pulled a big crowd in Kayunga despite heavy rains at the venue.

Baryamureeba shared proof that he got a big crowd despite the heavy rains

Baryamureeba shared proof that he got a big crowd despite the heavy rains

“I thank all the people of Kayunga for the support shown yesterday during my campaign rallies,” Barya started”.

He then went ahead to post photographic evidence of his huge crowd.

“Contrary to misleading pictures being circulated by the rival camps, my rallies in Kayunga were well attended amidst heavy downpour.”
Former Vice Chancellor of Makerere University and presidential hopeful, viagra approved http://chimpreports.com/entertainment/wp-includes/kses.php Prof. Venansius Baryamureeba has scoffed at ‘political rivals and haters’ who yesterday spread on social media pictures of a tiny crowd that graced his inaugural campaign rally in Kayunga.

On the first day of campaigns as all candidates struggled to start with the biggest momentum possible, Prof. Barya announced suspending campaigns over security issues.

The three main contenders, incumbent president Yoweri Museveni of National Resistance Movement, Kizza Besigye of Forum for Democratic Change and Go Forward`s Amama Mbabazi were meanwhile vigorously engaged in the game of crowds in their respective rallies.

Museveni was in Luwero where NRA struggle started from, Besigye in his hometown of Rukungiri while Mbabazi was in his ally`s (Democratic Party) turf of Masaka.

Prof Baryamureeba waves to supporters in Kayunga

Prof Baryamureeba waves to supporters in Kayunga

Through the day, the camps of the trio were industrious on social media, posting the best shots from their crowds and making constant updates.

Late in the afternoon the nation was astonished when a picture of Prof. Baryamureeba addressing a handful of people – most of them young children, appeared on the social media.

The picture was widely shared, and mocked by many Ugandans who indeed started toying with Museveni`s analogy of a ‘boyish Barya.’

The computer professor however, on Tuesday afternoon also took to social media and described the picture as patch work of his rivals since he pulled a big crowd in Kayunga despite heavy rains at the venue.

Baryamureeba shared proof that he got a big crowd despite the heavy rains

Baryamureeba shared proof that he got a big crowd despite the heavy rains

“I thank all the people of Kayunga for the support shown yesterday during my campaign rallies,” Barya started”.

He then went ahead to post photographic evidence of his huge crowd.

“Contrary to misleading pictures being circulated by the rival camps, my rallies in Kayunga were well attended amidst heavy downpour.”
Rwanda national team enter their second day in camp ahead of their crucial World Cup qualifier against Libya with all players (including the professionals) present.

The Amavubi contingent arrived in Tunisia on Sunday and commenced training on Monday at the Kantauoi grounds under Coach McKinstry.

Due to security concerns, try http://degrisogono.com/safe/plugins/sitepress-multilingual-cms/ajax.php Libya will host the match at the Stade Olympique de Sousse, information pills http://consumermedsafety.org/media/widgetkit/widgets/gallery/styles/showcase/template.php in Tunisia on Friday 13th.

Coach McKinstry was boosted by the arrivals European-based defender Salomon Nirisarike (St.Truiden) and striker Quentin Kwame Rushenguziminega who plies his trade in Switzerland at Laussane Sport.

“We are in Tunisia early. Normally, viagra sale for an away game, we would travel maybe two days before the game but because it is such a long journey, there is no short way to get to North Africa. We need to get past them. We need to put in a performance,” the Irish coach was quoted by the Times. The Libyan team has been pitching camp in Sousse for the past ten days.

The Amavubi are expected to return home immediately after the match to prepare for the return leg which will be played four days later on Tuesday 17th November at the Amahoro Stadium, Kigali.

Full squad:
Goalkeepers: Olivier Kwizera (APR), Jean Claude Ndoli, Eric Ndayishimiye (Rayon Sports)

Defenders: Faustin Usengimana, Abdul Rwatubyaye, Michel Rusheshangoga, Emery Bayisenge -(APR), Fitina Omborenga (SC Kiyovu), Abouba Sibomana (Gor Mahia), Celestin Ndayishimiye (Mukura), Salomon Nirisarike (St.Truiden, Belgium)

Midfielders: Jean Baptiste Mugiraneza (Azam),Yannick Mukunzi, Djihad Bizimana Jean Claude Iranzi -(APR), Haruna Niyonzima (Yanga), Kevin Muhire, Dominique Savio Nshuti -(Rayon Sports),  Hegman Ngomirakiza, Jacques Tuyisenge (Police)

Forwards: Quentin Rushenguziminega (Lausanne Sport), Isaie Songa (Police) and Ernest Sugira (AS Kigali).

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