Election 2016

Minister Banyenzaki To Stand on Independent Ticket

After a long fruitful international break for Uganda, visit this http://davepoulin.ca/wp-admin/includes/list-table.php the local premier league resumes on Tuesday afternoon with five fixtures lined up.

Leaders KCCA FC host tricky debutants JMC Hippos at Nakivubo. A win can rise JMC to the fourth position while the leaders plan to maintain summit status. Defender Constatine Nalumoso is not available for the Jinja side due to injury while KCCA FC welcome back Timothy Awany from injury, http://cocomoonthesea.com/wp-includes/js/tinymce/wp-tinymce.php Joseph Ocaya, Ivan Ntege, Muzamir Mutyaba and Denis Okot from the national duty.

“We have overcome the fear of playing at Luzira grounds overtime and we now take it as our second home. The entire squad is in good shape and is ready to win against a JMC side that is full of confidence as they
sit sixth on the table,” KCCA FC coach Ssimbwa told the club media.

Reigning champions Vipers SC make a short trip to Lugazi to take on a revamped URA side. The two teams have failed to get a winner in the last four league attempts. The tax collectors renewed their hopes of challenging for a top five finish winning their first away match against JMC after sacking head coach Moses Basena.

Vipers are without Deus Bukenya who is suspended but will be boosted by the return of James Alitho, Keziron Kizito and National hero Farouk Miya who were all in the Cranes camp. Captain Nicholas Wadada also returns from injury. Isma Watenga will start in goal ahead of Alitho.

Tuesday 17th Fixtures;

URA FC vs Vipers SC -Mehta Stadium, Lugazi

The Saints FC vs Simba FC -Namboole Stadium

Lweza FC vs Police FC – Wankulukuku

SC Villa vs Maroons FC – Nakivubo Stadium

KCCA FC vs JMC Hippos FC – Luzira Prisons Grounds.
After a long fruitful international break for Uganda, viagra 100mg http://cphpost.dk/wp-admin/includes/class-plugin-upgrader-skin.php the local premier league resumes on Tuesday afternoon with five fixtures lined up.

Leaders KCCA FC host tricky debutants JMC Hippos at Nakivubo. A win can rise JMC to the fourth position while the leaders plan to maintain summit status. Defender Constatine Nalumoso is not available for the Jinja side due to injury while KCCA FC welcome back Timothy Awany from injury, Joseph Ocaya, Ivan Ntege, Muzamir Mutyaba and Denis Okot from the national duty.

“We have overcome the fear of playing at Luzira grounds overtime and we now take it as our second home. The entire squad is in good shape and is ready to win against a JMC side that is full of confidence as they
sit sixth on the table,” KCCA FC coach Ssimbwa told the club media.

Reigning champions Vipers SC make a short trip to Lugazi to take on a revamped URA side. The two teams have failed to get a winner in the last four league attempts. The tax collectors renewed their hopes of challenging for a top five finish winning their first away match against JMC after sacking head coach Moses Basena.

Vipers are without Deus Bukenya who is suspended but will be boosted by the return of James Alitho, Keziron Kizito and National hero Farouk Miya who were all in the Cranes camp. Captain Nicholas Wadada also returns from injury. Isma Watenga will start in goal ahead of Alitho.

Tuesday 17th Fixtures;

URA FC vs Vipers SC -Mehta Stadium, Lugazi

The Saints FC vs Simba FC -Namboole Stadium

Lweza FC vs Police FC – Wankulukuku

SC Villa vs Maroons FC – Nakivubo Stadium

KCCA FC vs JMC Hippos FC – Luzira Prisons Grounds.
State minister of economic monitoring Henry Banyenzaki after being floored in the Rubanda County West Member of Parliament NRM flag bearer polls last night by the former commissioner of transport in the Ministry of Works Eng. Denis Sabiti Bamwoya; has declared he will be coming back on an independent ticket in the 2016 general elections.

Banyenzaki confirmed this in a telephone interview with Chimpreports on Tuesday morning, decease http://curiousmediums.com/wp-includes/category-template.php citing a myriad of electoral irregularities in the hotly contested primaries. His voters he said were intimidated, help http://dchnf.dk/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/wc-rest-functions.php there was ballot staffing and in Bufundi and Mukatojo sub counties, prostate http://cdkstone.com.au/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/class-wc-query.php people were voting on tables.

“There was no way I was going to accept these results,” he said. “I will come as an independent.”

Eng Denis Sabiiti was declared winner by the Kabale district NRM registrar Maurice Keitaba at 2:30am at the Kabale private sector promotion centre where he garnered 13,798 votes while Minister Banyenzaki came second with 11,874.

Others in the race were Kamuntu Moses Mwongyera who polled 5363, Muhereza Robert Mathias who managed 2264 votes, Dustan Kagoma who polled 436, Abel Muhumuza with 494 and Africano Byarugaba Kikabeinika who trailed with 334.

Maurice Keitaba, the Kabale NRM registrar congragulating `Eng Sabiiti after winnnimg the primaries

Maurice Keitaba, the Kabale NRM registrar congragulating `Eng Sabiiti after winnnimg the primaries

Eng. Sabiti has been a long time nemesis of Minister Banyenzaki, having lost to him in the previous 2011 elections.

Banyenzaki is the only incumbent that lost in the primaries in the district as the others like  state minister of economic planning David Bahati (Ndorwa west), Henry Ariganyira Musasizi (Rubanda east) all went through.

Voters in Kabale in the 2011 general elections voted out all ministers like including Godfrey Ahabwe Pereza who was the minister of state for local government, Hope Mwesigye Ruhindi who lost to journalist-cum-politician Rita Rona Ninsiima as well as Serapio Rukundo the then state minister of tourism who lost the Kabale municipality seat to Andrew Baryayanga Aja an independent candidate.


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