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Aucho’s Gor Mahia Crowned Invincible Champs After Trouncing Nkata’s Side

Aucho, Walusimbi and Kagere pose for a photo with medals

Parliament is mourning the death of Okoro County MP, viagra http://daa.asn.au/wp-admin/includes/class-language-pack-upgrader-skin.php Hon Stanley Omwonya. He was 64.

The circumstances surrounding the lawmaker’s death remain unclear.

Parliament said in a brief statement today that “Okoro County MP Hon. Stanley Omwonya has died” without providing additional details.

However, approved http://csrf.net/wp-content/plugins/slidedeck2-personal/lib/template-functions.php the NRM lawmaker was seen at the party’s Delegates Conference at Namboole Stadium during the weekend.

It is reported that Omwonya collapsed before being rushed to a hospital in Kampala where he was pronounced dead.

A Public Administrator by profession, Omwonya was born on May 23, 1951.

Omwonya graduated from Makerere University in 1975 before securing a Master’s degree in development administration from Birmingham University, UK.

He served in different government institutions as an administrator.

The deceased served on the Parliamentary Committees on Foreign Affairs and Local Government Accounts.
Gor Mahia FC have been crowned champions of the 2015 Kenya Premier League champions. The Nairobi-based giants achieved the fete breaking several other records while also setting new ones.

The ‘invincible’ champions defeated Paul Nkata’s Muhoroni Youth   2-0 through Ali Abondo’s well taken free-kick in the hour mark and Michael Olunga’s late powered shot to achieve the unbeaten record, viagra http://criasaude.com.br/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-post-comments-list-table.php collecting a total of 78 points from the 16-team league.

Muhoroni Youth coach Paul Nkata, sick acknowledged the strength of the champions and lauded their victory after the 2-0 win.
“It is fine we lost 2-0 to a strong side, we showed  we can challenge any team despite conceding  from few mistakes. Gor Mahia were good and it was a tough nut to crack today, but we we were good too apart from the mistake that saw us conceding,” Nkata who led Muhoroni to their best ever finish in the 6th position remarked as quoted by Kenya media.
Ugandan midfielder Khalid Aucho feautered fully in the game and is in-line for the best player and midfielder awards.

“This is what I wanted to be a champion thanks for my teammates and always my fans thanks  for you support from the first game to the end. thanks a lot may God bless you all,” Khalid Aucho posted after the coronation.


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