The crème de la crème in the local pool competitions will be in action this weekend in the ‘Master of The Table’ from Friday March 18th and end on Sunday March 20th at the Lumas Pool Arena, viagra buy http://dentistryatthepark.com/wp-content/plugins/revslider/inc_php/revslider_slide.class.php Namirembe road.
The criteria used to select the participants is purely by virtue of their rankings and shall play through a round-robin format to accumulate points that will determine the eventual winner. The sixteen top seeds in the Men’s category will take part while only the eight top seeds in the Ladies’ categories will be in action.
“This is an event where every player gets to brand their individual sponsor though the dress code of Black Trousers and White Long-sleeved Shirts has not been relaxed. The ladies games shall begin at 2pm on Friday while the men shall play at 6pm, http://crfg.org/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-upgrader.php and all spectators will pay a fee to gain entry to the games arena, http://cotro.com/wp-content/plugins/fusion-builder/shortcodes/fusion-container.php ” PAU publicity secretary Mr. Michael Mawanda said.
“The players know that every shot counts given that the quality of every win will be considered.”
Last edition runner up, Amos ‘Shooter’ Ndyagumanawe will cue off the challenge with will face seed 14, Fred ‘Bonde’ Namanya in the opening game as Alfred Gumikiriza starts his title defense against seed 8 Joseph
In the ladies category, reigning champion Jacinta Kajubi will take on seed five Vivian Kagoya. Jacinta is ranked fourth in this category. The most interesting pairing of the day will see top ranked Victoria Namuyanja begin her campaign against archi-rival Ritah Nimusiime.
This will be the second edition of the tournament, after the inaugural edition that was held in 2014.
“The 2014 event was a success and we anticipate a tension-packed event because all players are highly competitive,” Mawanda added.
A petition challenging the reelection of the Deputy Speaker of Parliament, cost http://damnyouautocorrect.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-list-table.php Jacob Oulanyah as the Omoro County Member of Parliament has been lodged at Gulu High Court.
Oulanyah was on 19th February, http://chuckatuckhistory.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-get-media-v1-2-endpoint.php a day after the elections declared winner by the Gulu Returning Officer, Benson Obete with 8,218 votes.
The closest rival Simon Tolit Akecha who polled 6,823 votes on Thursday went to the court with a petition saying Oulanya’s victory was a fraud.
After filing the petition, Tolit who held the seat from 2006 to 2011 before being dislodged by Oulanyah told reporters in Gulu town that he has strong grounds for Court to nullify the results.
When contacted on phone on Good Friday, Oulanyah declined to comment on the matter. Meanwhile two of Oulanyah’s campaign managers said the petition was not important for people of Omoro, but the heated battle for the Speaker of Parliament seat that has pitted the Deputy and his boss Rebecca Alitwala Kadaga.
An agent who preferred anonymity since the matter is already before the court, said an MP from Eastern region was used to facilitate the move and force Tolit, who had relaxed to file the petition.
Some sections of the opposition in Gulu had already accused Tolit of pocketing cash from the Deputy Speaker and deciding to keep quiet.
“Tolit had forgotten everything because he knew he lost. Some forces have forced him to change his original position and we are surprised he filed the petition yesterday,” said the campaign agent.
Oulanyah has not yet publicly declared his interest for Speakership but his subtle campaign structure is already doing intensive underground campaigns.
According to sources in Muyenga, about 50 new MPs visited the Omoro man on Thursday morning. Kadaga has already declared interest to seek reelection for the position.