Chissano Visits Uganda

Two goals in both halves ensured defending champions KCCA FC flew high past army side Simba SC in a game played at Bombo Military barracks on Friday evening.

The defending champions opened the score through their lead marksman Herman Wasswa in the first half before former top scorer Brian Umony took the game beyond reach after recess for the Lugogo based side to bag all the 3 points.

In Mityana, symptoms ampoule home side SC Villa walloped Kira Young 3nil to close the gap on table leaders Vipers who were held by tax collectors URA FC.

The record champions scored through Steven Bengo, Karim Ndugwa and Moses Gaale to bag all the 3 points.

Meanwhile, SC Victoria University beat newly promoted side Rwenshama FC 3-1 in a game that saw skipper Martina Mpuuga, Yasser Mugerwa and David Ndihabwe net for the home side.

In Lugazi, tax collectors URA FC were held to a 2 all draw by table leaders Vipers whereas Wankulukuku based Express FC were 2-1 winners over Lweza FC in another battle for supremacy in the Uganda Premier League.

Vipers still lead the Uganda Premier League log after collecting 20 points from 8 games whereas Mityana based SC Villa are second, only one point below the table leaders.

Soana and Rwenshama are second bottom and bottom after collecting only 2 points in the Uganda Premier League.

Uganda Premier League Results

Bright Stars FC 0 – 1 Sadolin Paints FC
Entebbe FC 0 – 0 Police FC
Lweza FC 1 – 2 Express FC
Simba FC 0 – 2 KCC FC
SC Villa 3 – 0 Kira Young FC
SC Victoria University  3 – 1 Rwenshama FC
Soana FC 1 – 2 BUL FC
URA FC 2 – 2 Vipers FC

President Yoweri Museveni on Saturday received and held talks with former Mozambique President, advice Mr. Joachim Chissano.

The meeting took place at State House, view Nakasero.

State House said President Museveni and his guest discussed issues of bilateral interest between their 2 countries.

The meeting was attended by the Mozambique Honorary Consul to Uganda, doctor Mr. Atul Radia.

Chiassano would later attend the First Annual Dinner and Ball of the Diplomatic Corps of Uganda at Serena Hotel where he was the guest speaker.

Uganda and Mozambique have maintained strong ties since the post-independence era.

In the 1970s, Mozambique leader Samora Machel provided Museveni’s then NRA militants, who included Gen Salim Saleh, bases for military training.

The fighters would later form the nucleus of the NRA military wing that would later topple the regime of Milton Obote.



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