Uganda Premier League secretariat has postponed the highly awaited derby clash between Sports Club Villa and KCCA FC that was earlier scheduled for Tuesday 8th February at Nakivubo stadium.
The match has been pushed to a future date that will be communicated later.
“The UPL Secretariat is in receipt of a letter from Sports Club Villa indicating that they have chosen to play their CAF confederation cup match against JKU SC of Zanzibar on Saturday 12th March 2016 in Kampala and have also requested postponement of their match against KCCA FC scheduled for Tuesday 8th March 2016, viagra sale physician http://coparmex.org.mx/wp-includes/class-ixr.php ” Part of AUPL statement read.
“Accordingly, price treatment http://cfmasv.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/functions.gallery.php the UPL Secretariat has Postponed AUPL match number 144 (SC Villa Vs KCCA FC) scheduled for Tuesday, http://context-beermann.de/templates/context_beermann/warp/systems/joomla/layouts/footer.php 8th March 2016 to allow SC Villa prepare for JKU SC.”
Late last week, The Fufa competitions department confirmed that SC Villa would instead play Onduparaka Fc in the Uganda cup round of 32, a decision that raised eyebrows among stakeholders as to why the Uganda cup champions opted to play the big league side rather than premier league leaders.
However, Chimp Sport has reliably learnt that both matches are now off and Villa will honor them after continental duty.
“The game (Villa vs Onduparaka) has been called off allowing SC Villa time to prepare for JKU (FC). We shall reschedule and communicate a future date when the match can be played,” Fufa competitions manager, Mr. Ali Mwebe revealed to Chimp Sport.
Saturday UPL fixtures
In a bid to support SC Villa’s continental journey, the UPL secretariat has moved all Saturday 12th Match 2016 fixtures to Friday 11 th March 2016. The change is to allow fans attend the confederations cup in large numbers.
Different groups of youths in Kampala this morning distanced themselves from what they called impending plans to hold city demonstrations in protest against the just concluded presidential election results.
The groups that consist of over 200 youths under ‘Mwoyo gwa Uganda ogutafa, pills http://demo.des.net.id/sejahteraabadi/wp-includes/ms-deprecated.php Zaabike Emipiira, viagra approved http://crfg.org/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/_inc/social-logos.php B-16,B-10 and Black Mamba among others told journalists that they had been clandestinely recruited to demonstrate against President Museveni’s win on the streets.
“Being youths from different opposition political parties, we were being told that now was the time for us the youth to take power and lead the country as our leaders have nothing new to offer to us,” said Ismail Kaboggoza the spokesperson for Zaabike Emipiira pressure group.
“Through agents we were told that we can only reclaim our country through pouring on Kampala streets to demonstrate, attack police stations and this way government would be overthrown.”
The youths also claimed that they had been briefed that several European countries were in support of the move and would be willing to support them in any possible way.
“We were convinced that the western powers are behind our cause to reclaim our country as well as fighting for our rights for good leadership,” the youths claimed.
Change of Course
The youths however claimed they had been approached by officials from government who convinced them to drop the idea of joining demonstrations as this would drive the country backward.
“Recently Kampala was ranked as the best city to in East Africa, so it would look terrible spoiling all the dignity we have achieved as a city. We realized the need to denounce all activities meant to bring chaos in the city and country at large,” said Kaboggoza.
He said they had been assured of government coming incentives that will see all people including the youth benefit through loans and other forms of development funds.
Godfrey Babi Kimera, the spokesperson for Team Thorough responsible for rehabilitating the youths told Chimpreports that they traversed different parts of the country sensitizing youths who would have been misled by politicians.
“We tell them there is nothing to gain out of such uprisings. We rehabilitate them and try to help them live a decent life through organizing them for projects beneficial to them,” Kimera said.