We Need a Renewed Global Partnership for Development – Museveni

The Saints Football Club has acquired the services of former KCCA FC and Tanzania’s Azam FC tactician George ‘Best’ Nsiimbe as the team’s new headcoach.

Prior to his arrival at the coffee spirit sponsored side, nurse Nsiimbe was club-less after being relieved off his duties by Tanzanian ice-cream makers, visit this Azam Fc.

He takes up a team that has not won any match this season sitting in the red zone with only two draws from five games.

The Saints Fc chairman, viagra sale Johnson Musinguzi had announced parting ways with the whole technical team that comprised headcoach Haruna Keba his assistant Mark Twinamatsiko and CEO Ahmed Kongola.

Nsiimbe won two consecutive league titles with KCCA FC during 2012/13 and 2013/2014 season before leaving for Azam where he acted as vice to Cameroonian Joseph Omog. The Ugandan took over Azam around March 2015
leading the team to second place and subsequent qualification to next year’s Caf Confederation’s cup.

His next immediate task is a short trip to Luzira to face Maroons fc on Tuesday.

Saints next five games:
Maroons FC vs. The Saints FC
URA FC Vs. The Saints FC
The Saints FC Vs. SC Victoria University
The Saints FC vs. Simba FC
BUL FC Vs. The Saints FC
President Yoweri Museveni has told the United Nations summit that in order to build effective, about it inclusive and accountable institutions at all levels, nurse there is need to ensure that the voices of developing countries and regions are heard and that they are treated as equal partners in multilateral decision-making.

“At the international level, viagra we need urgent reform of the United Nations, particularly the Security Council and other multilateral institutions to reflect the current geo-political realities, the President said.

Museveni said there was need for a renewed global partnership for development in which all the commitments made, including on Overseas Development Assistance (ODA), trade and investment are fulfilled.

President Museveni was on Friday co-chairing the opening Plenary meeting of the summit for the adoption of the post 2015 Development agenda in New York together with the Prime Minister of Denmark Lars Lokke Rasmussen.

According to Museveni, while the Agenda represents the collective aspirations of all peoples, its success will hinge on its ability to reduce inequalities and improve the lives of the most vulnerable among us, including women, children, the elderly and persons with disabilities.

The President had earlier on held a tri-lateral meeting with PM Rasmussen and the 70th President of the General Assembly Mogens Lykettoft.

Museveni said after months of intense negotiations and steadfast commitment, they have before them an Agenda that represents the best opportunity to transform the world.

The President also paid tribute to exiting 69th UN President Sam Kutesa for his leadership and accomplishments during his tenure.

“We have heard the voices of people spanning the globe, from eager children asking for access to a quality education to young women seeking better maternal health; from rural villagers whose farmlands have been ravaged by droughts to the coastal fishermen on Small Island States who fear their entire existence will soon be swallowed up by rising sea levels,” he said.

The President who moderated the meeting for over two hours told the summit that they continue to witness the influx of refugees and migrants into Europe from Africa and the Middle East, which is partly caused by conflict and lack of economic opportunities.

“These voices may speak many languages and dialects, but in the end their message is the same ? please help us to live happier, more prosperous lives, while also protecting the planet for our children and grandchildren,” he added.

“After adoption of this Agenda, it is incumbent upon us all to take the development aspirations laid out in this document and turn them into reality on the ground; for our people, our communities and our nations. This agenda will create global prosperity different from the past arrangements of prosperity for some through parasitism and misery and under-development for others,” he added.


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