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NRM Appoints Chief Museveni Campaigner

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The game ended 26 – 20 in favour of Nkumba University.

Olivia Nambatya and Beatrice Nakamya top scored for Nkumba University with 5 goals each while Namuwaya Beatrice and Akongo Stella each scored 5 for Police.

The game of the day saw Ever Green taking on last year’s runners up UPDF in a mouth-watering encounter.

UPDF unleashed a rather unusual line up and they had almost gotten written off even before the start of the game having most of their starters on the bench.

The game started with UPDF scoring quick 4 goals before Ever Green answered back with a combination of Patrick Semuwemba and Job Oloya leading the charge.

The last game of the day had Police Metro punishing new debutants Kakungulu Memorial 29 – 15.

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On Tuesday morning, all NRM party representatives from different parts of the country converged at the party head office at Kyadondo road to witness the endorsement of the Association’s Patron who will manage the 5th term presidential campaign.

Sam Lyomoki, the Chairman Parliamentary Forum of Workers, was endorsed Patron of the Association by Ignatius Joy Katamba the chairperson “Voice of Movement Uganda” amidst overwhelming support from the members.

Speaking to the participants at the party headquarters, Lyomoki, the new Association patron revealed that, the exercise was on to entice all Ugandans to bring back President Museveni for the 5th round.

Party Chairman Kampala Central, Mr Uhuru Sali, who started by donating Shs 700,000 to cater for the supporters’ lunch assured the gathering that a few wrangles within wouldn’t ruin the party in any way.

He also blamed some of the infighting on some “opposition masquerader” whom he said would be kicked out soon and also vowed to elaborate whatever the party doesn’t have as a way of amending and righting the wrongs in the party.

The 5th term will be launched at Kololo on May 15

As usual Mama Fina with her comedy talk put the crowds to laughter as she said that her gods have rest assured her that president Museveni would win the 2016 general elections.

The gathering attracted several NRM MPs who included Kabakumba Matsiko, Milton Muwuma MP Kigulu, Joy Ignatius Katamba MP Bulambuli, Chairman Kampala Central and Mama Fina who all vowed to rally behind President Museveni.

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