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Why Police Finally Let Besigye March to Parliament

SC Villa will have a chance to reclaim the top spot as they cross town to visit Kira Young. A win will send the Jogoos to 64 points a point above Vipers SC who seat on the summit. Both teams have met 5 times with Villa winning all, website http://cusanus-studierende.de/wp-includes/class-wp-embed.php including 2-1 score in four occasions and a 3-0 thrashing in the first leg.

“We picked a worthy point against them (SC Vu) considering they scored first. Every game will be a final from now.” said coach Kirya.

The 2004 champions stumbled at home against SC Victoria on Friday after a one all draw which pulled them back to second spot; Nigerian import Victor Eminayo firing a late equalizer to salvage a point. Villa has had a congested fixture compared to their rivals and will complete their fourth fixture in just 12 days against Kira.

On their side, viagra dosage Kira Young are on the brink of relegation if they drop points today and Soana picks maximum against Rwenshama.

Debutants Lweza Fc and Sadolin Paints Fc will face off in Wankulukuku with the former fighting for survival while already relegated Entebbe Fc will host URA Fc in the last match of the day.

Tuesday 12Th May, 2015:

Entebbe FC vs. URA FC

Lweza FC vs. Sadolin Paints FC

Rwenshama FC vs. Soana FC

Kira Young vs. FC SC Villa
Opposition Democratic Party (DP) has refuted allegations that the party president is in Coma at International Hospital Kampala as it was published in one of the dailies.

“The allegations that president Mao is in Coma, information pills http://cbpa.com/wp-admin/includes/class-automatic-upgrader-skin.php on dialysis and life support are falsehoods and I want to put the record very clearly, check http://cyancdesign.com/wp-includes/class-wp-dependency.php he is not in Coma, patient ” emphasized the party spokesperson, Paul Kenneth Kakande while addressing journalists at City House.

“In fact one of the executive committee members that I have been talking to has been having a discussion with him this morning about DP’s constitution.”

“Yes he is sick, he got an infection and is at IHK but his situation is not worrying, it’s not a desperate situation like the picture painted by one of the newspapers.”

Kakande added that there president is well and will be out of hospital within a few days from now.
Opposition Democratic Party (DP) has refuted allegations that the party president is in Coma at International Hospital Kampala as it was published in one of the dailies.

“The allegations that president Mao is in Coma, purchase http://compraresenzaricettaonline.com/wp-includes/class-wp-editor.php on dialysis and life support are falsehoods and I want to put the record very clearly, ed he is not in Coma,” emphasized the party spokesperson, Paul Kenneth Kakande while addressing journalists at City House.

“In fact one of the executive committee members that I have been talking to has been having a discussion with him this morning about DP’s constitution.”

“Yes he is sick, he got an infection and is at IHK but his situation is not worrying, it’s not a desperate situation like the picture painted by one of the newspapers.”

Kakande added that their president is well and will be out of hospital within a few days from now.
Grief on Sunday engulfed students at African College of Commerce and technology (ACCT) in Kabale district when one of their own died while procuring unsafe abortion.

Sarah Uwimana who hails from Nyakabande in Kisoro district was pursuing a diploma in records management in her second year, mind http://citybreakguide.ro/wp-includes/class-wp-customize-nav-menus.php staying in the school hostel in Kekubo cell Kirigime ward.

After executing the abortion Uwimana is said to have returned feeling just fine. But later in the evening she complained of bodily pains, and at 3 am when the situation worsened, she was rushed to a local Anguyo clinic, bleeding profusely. She was pronounced dead a few hours later.

Adrian Ndemere, the College’s Director narrated that the student attempted to abort after the college announced it would carry out a medical checkup on all female students.

Ndemere added that four other students at the college had been sent home to bring their parents after they were found pregnant.

Her body was laid to rest on Monday at her ancestral in Kanyabukungu village   Gisorora parish,Nyakabande sub county in Kisoro District.

 
Police finally let Former FDC President Col Kizza Besigye out of his house confinement on Wednesday, viagra approved http://colourtherapy.com.au/wp-admin/includes/list-table.php to be able to appear before a Parliament Committee.

Besigye and Kampala Mayor Erias Likwago were blocked by police the whole of yesterday from stepping out of their houses, http://curaacufeni.com/wp-includes/class-wp-post-type.php while their colleagues appeared before the parliamentary legal affairs committee to table the opposition proposals to be considered for the Amendment Bill.

Police said it suspected the two were plotting to cause mayhem in downtown Kampala.

However, on Wednesday they were freed and they freely drove to their 4GC offices along Katonga Road.

Besigye and Kawempe Division May Mubarak Munyagwa wait outside Parliament

Besigye and Kawempe Division May Mubarak Munyagwa wait outside Parliament

Here Besigye found other opposition politicians including Asuman Basaalirwa, FDC President Mugisha Muntu, and Ingrid Turinawe among others.

From here the team marched via Clement Hill road, before they were intercepted by police led by Kampala Metropolitan Area Commander Haruna Isabirye that escorted him all the way to parliament.

According to the KMP commander, they could not allow the opposition politicians come to the city centre on Tuesday after getting reports that they would cause chaos.

He said they allowed the duo today, having ruled out such planned arrangements, adding that the force was not against their meeting with the parliamentary committee.

“Nothing has changed but yesterday we had to do our role of preventing disorder in the city. We didn’t handle them in a bad manner but we were just doing our job,” Isabirye told journalists at parliament.

Meanwhile, Besigye vowed to push on with the pursuit of an effective law that will guide next year’s election ensuring that it is free and fair.

“It’s very important that there is reforms before elections are held in 2016.We shall stay on our course until we have realised there is going to be free and fair elections in the country,” he said.

Also Speaking to Chimpreports, FDC President Mugisha Muntu said that after some of their members being stopped, they had decided to continue with their presentation.

“Our activities are geared towards setting ourselves free through different forms of organization and we shall do whatever it takes to ensure we achieve our target before the 2016 elections,” Muntu said.

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