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“Waiswa left some days back and by the time South Africa will be hosting CHAN, he will be trying out his luck with some clubs there,” a source said.
Waiswa has been trailing with injuries for some time and now that he is injury-free, he is holding the task of looking for greener pastures.
Waiswa helped SC Victoria University under their manager, Ivan Zoric, to gain top flight promotion in 2011/2012 season but was later chopped by the same club.
If Waiswa’s dream comes true, he will have joined Geoffrey Massa, Denis Onyango and Ivan Bukenya, the other Ugandans playing from South Africa.
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“We are concerned about peace and stability, continued violence and insecurity will cause more destruction, loss of life and property, therefore, we strongly urge all parties to agree to the call of the government to settle this crisis through dialogue under the auspice of mediation,” noted the church leaders.
The leaders have further more urged all leaders and politicians to use positive messages instead of negative ones which can be perceived by citizens in a wrong way to catalyse the crisis.
They have on the other hand appealed to the South Sudanese citizens both inside and in the Diaspora to perceive the on-going crisis as a political matter not a tribal issue and urged them to leave it absolutely to the politicians to resolve it peacefully through dialogue.
In their message of unity to the South Sudanese, the church leaders have appealed for reconciliation and forgiveness among all the tribes and people of country to live in peace and harmony and to respect and welcome one another.
“We recognise that there have been many challenges through this unrest and crisis, our communities have been traumatised but we encourage people to accept one another in Unity and love, whatever their different experiences have been,” they noted.
The group has also called the country’s soldiers to keep to the constitutional mandate of defending the people of South Sudan and the territorial integrity and to desist from killing innocent people.
These leaders include among others; Rt. Rev. Peter Munde Yacoub, Bishop of ECS Diocese of Yambio and Chairman South Sudan Congregations in Kampala Uganda, Rev. Daniel Lual Kuot, Rev. Samuel Dut Duom, Mr. Badagbu Daniel Rimbasa, Rev. David Akech, Mama Mary Adut, Pastor Steven, Rev. Abraham Majok, Mr. Sam Sagani and Miss. Agin Jurkau Machar.
It should, however, be remembered that efforts to the dialogue last week by the African Union delegation yield no results after the Southern Sudan president, Salvar Kiir, and Mrs. Rebecca Garang, sharply disagreed on the dialogue.
The two key leaders disagreed with each other in separate meetings held by the delegation on Friday in the capital with each side fronting different conditions and disagreeing with another’s proposals.
President Kiir reportedly said “I am pleased to welcome the AU spirit of dialogue to end this problem. Am for it on one condition that my disagreeing brothers and sisters mean peace and don’t present conditions for these talks”.
However, Mrs Garang said that for any meaningful negotiations, all her colleagues who include former cabinet ministers to be set free; “Even myself, I’m under house arrest and indeed prisoners don’t negotiate. Only free and equal people do so”.