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President Kenyatta Calls for Equitable Growth at WTO Conference



Former Simba fc and SC Villa defender Shafik Batambuze has switched clubs in Kenya, order http://colourtherapy.com.au/wp-content/plugins/the-events-calendar/public/template-tags/google-map.php ditching Western Stima for Paul Nkata’s Tusker FC.

The left back joined Western Stima in June after parting ways with cash-strapped Sofapaka that was under Sam Timbe by then.

Shafiq has initially been reported to have tied his future at Stima until June 2016 but the KPL managers have confirmed he will be Tusker FC’s ‘property’ for the next two seasons.

“I am thrilled to return to Nairobi. I haven’t had a very good season this year, troche http://crmsoftwareblog.com/wp-includes/general-template.php but I have a strong feeling that 2016 will be my year. I have been made aware that we need to win the KPL trophy next season, pharmacy http://cgdt.org.br/components/com_k2/templates/register.php and so it is clear that I will have to work very hard,” Batambuze was quoted by the kpl official portal.

He first arrived in the Kenya Premier league in June 2013 at Western Stima from SC Villa before getting a loan move to Timbe-coached Sofapaka. He rejoined Stima in June this year due to financial constraints at Sofapaka.

Tusker FC acquired the services of former Kobs coach Paul Nkata from Muhoroni Youth officially on 3rd December and gas been tasked to restructure the club playing unit in a bid to recapture the league trophy that has been dominated by Gor Mahia in the last three years since they (Tusker) last won in 2012.

 
Defending champions Vipers SC have missed a brilliant chance to close the gap with league leaders KCCA FC after struggling to a barren draw away to Sadolin Paints at Bugembe.

The coach Edward Golola side who were without 2015 Airtel-Fufa player of the year, prostate http://crystalhills.org/media/widgetkit/widgets/slideset/styles/default/template.php Farouk Miya opted to give a maiden start to academy product Alfred Leku upfront while Keziron Kizito remained in the bench.

1st half action

The champions were the better side in the opening minutes with Allan Kyambadde coming close after the hour mark when his well taken shot rose inches higher from Sekisambu’s great work past Sadolin defense.

The painters replied five minutes later when Lukungu floated in a well calculated free-kick finding Oryek and Emenayo unmarked in the keepers area.

The two had successive attempts denied on the goal line and further cleared by Wadada to maintain the scoreline to the break.

Sekisambu made another great effort ten minutes driving past Nsubuga and Harris Kajubi before releasing a low shot to beat Muwanga in goal. His strike was denied by the left post and ended up begging on the goal line but Nsubuga was fast to clear before Wadri and Leku could reach.

Golola introduced a more fast and tricky youngster Pius Wanji for wasteful Kyambadde at the stroke of the hour.

Wanji made immediate impact collecting a loose ball then sent a strong long range pile driver which Muwanga failed to hold on. Alfred Leku converted but was ruled off causing raging uproar from Vipers bench.

Vipers maintains second spot with 24 points while Sadolin at 10th will await other results.

Sadolin XI: Mathias Muwanga (Gk), discount http://chopcult.com/coolant/classifieds/141874/uploads_classified/142000/images/secure.php Ronald Lukungu, Allan Oryek (81′ Hood Mayanja), Harris Kajjubi, Nasser Nsubuga, Emenayo (77′ Basaan Safi), Jackson Kibirige, Peter Katumba, Andrew Basooma (66′ Joshua Masene), Muyanga Isaac, Desmond Kyobe.

Vipers XI: Ismael Watenga, Dan Bilikwalira, Erisa Sekisambu, William Wadri (75′ Saddam Juma), Deus Bukenya (83′ Duncan Sseninde), Musa Malunda, Yusuf Mukisa, Alfred Leku, Allan Kyambadde, Nicholas Wadada, Siraje Ssentamu (60′ Pius Wanji)
Defending champions Vipers SC have missed a brilliant chance to close the gap with league leaders KCCA FC after struggling to a barren draw away to Sadolin Paints at Bugembe.

The coach Edward Golola side who were without 2015 Airtel-Fufa player of the year, information pills http://crfg.org/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-list-invites-endpoint.php Farouk Miya opted to give a maiden start to academy product Alfred Leku upfront while Keziron Kizito remained in the bench.

1st half action

The champions were the better side in the opening minutes with Allan Kyambadde coming close after the hour mark when his well taken shot rose inches higher from Sekisambu’s great work past Sadolin defense.

The painters replied five minutes later when Lukungu floated in a well calculated free-kick finding Oryek and Emenayo unmarked in the keepers area.

The two had successive attempts denied on the goal line and further cleared by Wadada to maintain the scoreline to the break.

Sekisambu made another great effort ten minutes driving past Nsubuga and Harris Kajubi before releasing a low shot to beat Muwanga in goal. His strike was denied by the left post and ended up begging on the goal line but Nsubuga was fast to clear before Wadri and Leku could reach.

Golola introduced a more fast and tricky youngster Pius Wanji for wasteful Kyambadde at the stroke of the hour.

Wanji made immediate impact collecting a loose ball then sent a strong long range pile driver which Muwanga failed to hold on. Alfred Leku converted but was ruled off causing raging uproar from Vipers bench.

Vipers maintains second spot with 24 points while Sadolin at 10th will await other results.

Sadolin XI: Mathias Muwanga (Gk), http://csrf.net/wp-content/plugins/bbpress/templates/default/bbpress/loop-single-reply.php Ronald Lukungu, Allan Oryek (81′ Hood Mayanja), Harris Kajjubi, Nasser Nsubuga, Emenayo (77′ Basaan Safi), Jackson Kibirige, Peter Katumba, Andrew Basooma (66′ Joshua Masene), Muyanga Isaac, Desmond Kyobe.

Vipers XI: Ismael Watenga, Dan Bilikwalira, Erisa Sekisambu, William Wadri (75′ Saddam Juma), Deus Bukenya (83′ Duncan Sseninde), Musa Malunda, Yusuf Mukisa, Alfred Leku, Allan Kyambadde, Nicholas Wadada, Siraje Ssentamu (60′ Pius Wanji)
Kenya’s President Uhuru Kenyatta on Tuesday opened the World Trade Organization (WTO) 10th Ministerial Conference with a call for tangible outcomes.

President Kenyatta said Africa and least developed countries in the world expect the WTO to deliver equitable growth for all nations.

“Our countries firmly believe in the multilateral trading system’s ability to deliver meaningful outcomes for our growth, discount http://chirofitroseville.com/wp-includes/class-http.php development and poverty reduction strategies, more about ” he said.

The President told the delegates gathered at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre that Africa, visit web as the continent with the lowest participation in global trade, is ready to be part of the global economic transformation.

“As the continent with the lowest participation in global trade, and the world’s youngest and fastest growing populations, the world will change for the better from an Africa that trades more good and services with more markets,” President Kenyatta said.

He pointed out that while African leaders are determined to tackle poverty challenges, they require the goodwill and the support of the rest of the world to succeed.

He emphasized the need for a global trade system that allows countries to seize opportunities as a fundamental part of their drive to solve challenges such as poverty, insecurity, and environmental destruction.

He said African countries are seeking deeper more beneficial roles in the global economy even as they boosted regional integration as a priority.

“We know that increasing trade between ourselves will boost our economic growth, and create jobs for our youth,” he added.

The President said multilateral blocs are in agreement on eradication of poverty from the globe and what is required is for countries to put in place the right strategies.

President Kenyatta said the slow progress in concluding the Doha Round has given impetus to a multiplicity of mega free trade agreements.

“The WTO Ministerial Conference in Bali, Indonesia, in December, 2013 was the first under the Doha Round that succeeded in concluding negotiations in a limited number of areas including the Trade Facilitation Agreement,” said the President.

He said the Doha Round of negotiations in agriculture provides the best opportunity to address the distortions and align global trade with development goals.

The President called for accelerated negotiations toward a positive end to the long journey of establishing a fair and market oriented trade in agriculture.
Liberian leader Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, whose country is joining WTO, advocated for the removal of all barriers that limit equitable international trade.

Present at the meeting was Prime Minister of Uganda Ruhakana Rugunda, WTO Secretary General Roberto Azevedo and the UNCTAD Secretary General Dr Mukhisa Kituyi who represented the United Nations Secretary General.



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