Amavubi head coach Johnathan McKinstry has named six foreign based players to the 26-man squad for the upcoming 2017 Afcon qualifier double header against Mauritius.
The first leg will be held on Saturday, online http://civilianpeaceservice.ca/wp-includes/class-wp-walker.php 26 March 2016 at Anjalay Stadium in Belle-Vue and the return leg three days later in Kigali. The Irish man has also opted to retain most of the locally based players who played in the recently concluded Chan Championships that were hosted in Rwanda.
“Following the good performances in CHAN, ambulance http://cbpa.com/wp-includes/taxonomy.php many of the stand-out performers from the tournament have retained their places in the squad. In addition to this we have added a number of other players who have showed good form since the resumption of the Azam Rwanda Premier League, unhealthy ” the Irish man remarked just after releasing the squad.
“We also welcome back our players based abroad in leagues around Africa and Europe, and I am looking forward to the high level of competition we expect to have in camp.”
Among the six foreign-based players include defensive duo of Abouba Sibomana and Belgium based Salomon Nirisarike, Jean Baptiste Mugiraneza and Haruna Niyonzima both from Tanzania premier league.
Newly signed Gor Mahia FC striker Jacques Tuyisenge is perhaps the most notable miss in the squad. The player has been out of action since joining the Kenyan champions due to injury.
“Looking at the games against Mauritius, we expect two tough encounters. Make no mistake about it; Mauritius will fight for every ball over the two games. In 2015 they gained credible draws against both Togo and Burundi, whilst also claiming victories against the Seychelles and a very talented Mozambique team,” McKinstry summed up.
The Amavubi are expected to assemble on Saturday 19th and thereafter commence training on Sunday before departing to Mauritius on Thursday aboard a chartered flight.
Rwanda are in group H alongside table leaders Ghana who have six points from two games. The Amavubi are second with three points earned after beating Mozambique away through Ernest Sugira’s late header.
Rwanda Provisional Squad:
Goalkeepers: Eric Ndayishimiye (Rayon Sports), Olivier Kwizera (APR Fc), Marcel Nzarora (Police Fc) and Andre Mazimpaka (Mukura VS)
Defenders: Michel Rusheshangoga (APR Fc), Fitina Omborenga (SC Kiyovu), Celestin Ndayishimiye (Mukura VS), Abouba Sibomana (Gor Mahia, Kenya), Soter Kayumba (AS Kigali), Abdul Rwatubyaye (APR Fc), Emery Bayisenge (APR Fc) and Salomon Nirisarike (ST Truiden)
Midfielders: Yannick Mukunzi (APR Fc), Djihad Bizimana (APR Fc), Jean Baptiste Mugiraneza (Azam Fc, Tanzania), Amran Nshimiyimana (Police Fc), Haruna Niyonzima (Young Africans, Tanzania), Dominique Savio Nshuti (Rayon Sports), Innocent Habyarimana (Police Fc), Jean Claude Iranzi (APR Fc), Yussufu Habimana (Mukura VS) and Muhadjiri Hakizimana (Mukura VS)
Forwards:Ernest Sugira (AS Kigali), Quentin Kwame Rushenguziminega (Laussane Sport, Swiss), Elias Uzamukunda (Le Mans, France) and Dany Usengimana (Police Fc).
High Court judge justice Wilson Museni has sentenced Yiga Jackson, viagra http://darioergas.org/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-filesystem-ssh2.php a resident of Nateete in Rubaga division in Kampala district to 13 years in prison after being convicted of rape on his own plea.
Yiga is accused of forcefully engaging in sexual intercourse with a lady only identified as Taremwa at Orange Pub located in Nalukolongo, http://crosscon.ca/wp-content/plugins/nivo-slider/tests/bootstrap.php Rubaga Division on 9th March 2013.
Yiga who had earlier on pleaded not guilty, http://comfortzonetoronto.com/wp-includes/template-loader.php this morning made a U- Turn and agreed to the offence.
Immediately after the judge entered the plea of guilty, the State Attorney Samali Wakooli asked court to grant the convict a maximum sentence because he destroyed the victim’s dignity and respect.
“Dignity is granted by God and Article 24 in our national constitution states that people should be treated with dignity. The convict didn’t only stop at rapping the victim but went ahead and
assaulted her, injuring her face private parts,” he said.
However, defense counsel Francis Bironi in his mitigation asked court to be lenient to his client by granting him at most five years imprisonment.
“The convict is a family man with school going kids, he is suffering from liver disorders which needs regular medication that can’t be easily be accessed in Luzira and being that he has not wasted
court’s time and government resources we pray for a lenient sentence,” submitted Bironi.
The judge sentenced the convict to 10 years imprisonment, considering the 3 he spent on remand.
In his sentence, he pointed out that basing on recent population census where it was found that women outnumber men, and the fact that Yiga was a young man, he should have found suitable means of convincing a woman of his choice.