Election 2016

U.S Secretary Urges Youth to Participate in 2016 Polls

Tom Malinowski, the US Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy, Human Rights and Labor

Uganda Cranes boss Milutin ‘Micho’ has released a list of 25 players to begin training for the upcoming Cecafa senior challenge cup that takes place from November 21st to December 6th in Ethiopia.

KCCA FC new star Nelson Ssenkatuka has been given a maiden chance on the big stage. The impressive youngster has scored three goals so far but is faced with stiff competition against league leading scorer, stomach find http://cheapcouriercomparison.com.au/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-filesystem-ssh2.php Ceasar Okhuti and last year golden boot hero Robert Ssentongo.

Police fc custodian Darius Kisembo has been summoned together with Cranes teenage sensation James Alitho, medications no rx http://ciencialili.org/cache/gantry/e3625f22983f7563ae9a0f3fe508c832-cache-gantry-c4f58a2ed87d9d66392f813626e845d6.php Mathias Kigonya and Ismael Watenga.

Tanzanian based Murshid Jjuuko and ST. George striker Brian Umony are the only foreign-based players in the squad.

The squad enters training immediately at the African Bible college Lubowa. Only 20 players will make it to the travelling party that leaveson Saturday.

Squad:
Goal keepers: James Alitho, viagra Mathias Kigonya, Ismael Watenga,Douglas Kisembo

Defenders: Bernard Muwanga, Joseph Ochaya, Isaac Muleme, Murshid Jjuuko, shafiq Bakaki, Darius Mugoya, Dennis Okot, Hassan Waswa Dazo, Joseph Nsubuga and Richard Kassaga.

Midfielders:  Ivan Ntege, Muzamir Mutyaba, Martin Kizza, Erisa Sekisambu, Ibrahim Kiyemba, Keziron Kizito, Farouk Miya.

Strikers: Robert Ssentongo, Brian Umony, Nelson Senkatuka, Ceasar Okhuti, Frank Kalanda.
The Federation of Uganda Football Associations, ed http://cidem.ec/components/com_kunena/template/ja_platon/html/category/default_subcategories.php Fufa president Eng. Moses Magogo has revealed the role he played in fronting predecessor who is also the honorary Fufa president Lawrence Mulindwa, more about to vie for Cecafa presidency.

“it was my own personal idea to convince Mr. Lawrence Mulindwa to go for the presidency (Cecafa). We discussed the issue at the executive level and believe he has the ability to take the region to another level, buy more about ” Fufa president told journalists during the weekly press conference held at Mengo.

The president said that he will be travelling to Ethiopia together with his first vice president Mr. Darius Mugoya ahead of the elections to be held on November 20th in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

“Their was a misconception from a section of the media that we (Fufa) shall not support Lawrence. But i want to categorically state that we are fully behind him. Infact its the federation that nominated him.”

The Vipers SC patron joined the regional body in November2013 and was appointed to deputise current president Leonard Tenga nine months ago. Tenga took over the reigns from Ugandan Dennis Obua in 2007.

Apart from Tenga and Mulindwa, the race will also have Ferwafa president ), Vincent Nzamita, Sudan’s Khamal Shaddad and Juneydi Basha (Ethiopia).
The United States Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy, unhealthy http://cusanus-studierende.de/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-screen.php Human Rights, this http://clinico.cl/wp-admin/includes/ms.php and Labor, drug Tom Malinowski has encouraged youth to participate in next year’s elections.

“We want the people of Uganda to feel that they can always make their lives better by taking part peacefully in the civic life of their country,” he said

He added that Youth, who are 75 percent of the population, have an incredible power to influence the future of the country.

“But only by voting do you leverage that power. Your presence in an election means that candidates have to speak to issues that you care about. If you don’t show up, you’ve left all of that power on the table, for someone else to pick up,” he said.

Assistant Secretary, Malinowski speaking to students at Makerere Unviersity on Tuesday

Assistant Secretary, Malinowski speaking to students at Makerere Unviersity on Tuesday

The Assistant Secretary, Malinowski was Tuesday speaking to students at Makerere University, where he took their questions on Uganda’s elections, human rights, and U.S. relations with Kampala.

The event was organised by the International Republican Institute together with the University Forum on Governance under the theme; “Youth participation in political processes: Constraints and Opportunities.”

Malinowski said the United States hopes to see healthy competition and all the different elements of a free and fair election, from a free press, to respect for freedom of assembly, to an impartial military and police force.

“We want to see everyone’s voice heard and everyone’s vote to count. The only outcome we want to see is one that Ugandans will believe in,” he said.

He noted that regardless of party affiliation, people want the same things: jobs, stability, good services, and a democratic country.

He hoped that the election will emerge a Uganda with democratic institutions that are strong enough to manage, whenever the people will it.

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