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Aine’s Brother Goes Missing

Another last minute defensive lapse from a corner set piece denied Uganda Cranes a chance to pick a win in their first pre-Chan friendly build up against Gabon on Sunday afternoon at the Fufa Technical center in Njeru.

Cranes had taken the lead early in 33rd minute through Vipers star Erisa Sekisambu who nodded home Denis Okot’s cross from the far left corner.

The goal came from a clinical quick telepathic semi-circle exchange that was initiated by Okhuti and Miya from the opposite corner. Keziron Kizito successfully picked the pass and transited the move from the left to the right wing before setting up Okot for the cross.

Despite trailing for most part of the game, clinic http://cfmasv.com/wp-content/themes/construct/lib/classes/widget-contact.php Gabonese strike force led by substitute Aaron Boupendza kept the Ugandan goal line a busy zone with Watenga and later Kigonya always in action.

Gabon’s chances and goal
Gabon dangerman Boupendza capitalized on Ivan Ntege’s slip in the 77th minute cutting into the box before releasing to Ronald Ntsitsiguyi who dummied past Awany then set up Boupendza. The recipient fired in only to be flagged off.

Four minutes later another communication lapse from Ntege and Ochaya caused a scare leaving Boupendza in a one-on-one situation with Kigonya but Awany stretched from behind to save the situation.

Ronald Ntsitsiguyi pulled Gabon level with just nine minutes left on the clock from Mondanga Rochique’s corner.

Uganda Cranes XI: Ismail Watenga (66′ Mathias Kigonya), visit Dennis Okot, Joseph Ochaya, Benard
Muwanga, Richard Kasagga Juuko, Timothy Dennis Awany Keziron Kizito (76′ Isaac Muleme),
Erisa Ssekisambu (63′ Ivan Ntege), Farouk Miya (55′ Muzamiru Mutyaba), Ceasar Okhuti (55′ Francis Olaki), Robert Sentongo (66′ Frank Kalanda)
The spokesperson of  President  Yoweri Museveni’s campaign team  Mike Sebalu has said the head of state  participating in the forthcoming presidential debate is not of much relevance as being on the ground campaigning.

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According to reports from the campaign team, hospital http://cjs.coop/wp/wp-includes/customize/class-wp-customize-header-image-setting.php President Museveni is likely to miss the debate set for Friday, help http://chios.ro/wp-content/plugins/shiftnav-pro/pro/customizer/customizer.styles.generator.pro.php January 15 due to a busy schedule.

Addressing journalists on Monday morning at the NRM Secretariat at Plot 10 Nakasero road in Kampala, Sebalu said there is already a program set for their candidate to follow other than participating in the presidential debate which according to him is not of much benefit as being on the ground wooing voters.

“It would be more disrespectful of him to the voters if he missed being on the ground as stipulated in his campaign program. Many will be waiting for him and is the reason he will be with them,” Sebalu told journalists.

It is estimated that almost 6 million Ugandans have access to a television of which 2.5 million are voters.

Other presidential candidates save Kizza Besigye have promised to participate in the presidential debate.

President Museveni is set to address rallies in Bushenyi and Mitooma on January 15, a day the presidential debate is set to be held.

According to Sebalu, it would be awkward for NRM’s presidential candidate not to fulfil his program of campaigning but engage in a debate which is in one way or the other not beneficial to him.

“We don’t want to look down our supporters in Bushenyi and Mitooma when we don’t attend. In fact President Museveni’s credibility in the area is overriding the debate and is the reason he chooses to be with his people. He values them because they form the majority voters and gives them priority,” the spokesperson of president Museveni’s campaign team insisted.

When asked whether being part of debate is more beneficial  to the candidate ,Sebalu referred journalists to  UK Prime Minister who skipped a debate with his rival  but went on to win the 2015 elections.

“Attending the debate cannot stop a candidate from winning the election. The organizers can in any case look at adjourning the debate but we cannot change our program of holding at least a rally in every constituency in the country.”
The spokesperson of  President  Yoweri Museveni’s campaign team  Mike Sebalu has said the head of state  participating in the forthcoming presidential debate is not of much relevance as being on the ground campaigning.

According to reports from the campaign team, this site http://ccrail.com/wp-content/themes/thesis/lib/html/footer.php President Museveni is likely to miss the debate set for Friday, site http://continentalagra.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-screen.php January 15 due to a busy schedule.

Addressing journalists on Monday morning at the NRM Secretariat at Plot 10 Nakasero road in Kampala, http://chrisbevingtonorganisation.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/class.jetpack-modules-list-table.php Sebalu said there is already a program set for their candidate to follow other than participating in the presidential debate which according to him is not of much benefit as being on the ground wooing voters.

“It would be more disrespectful of him to the voters if he missed being on the ground as stipulated in his campaign program. Many will be waiting for him and is the reason he will be with them,” Sebalu told journalists.

It is estimated that almost 6 million Ugandans have access to a television of which 2.5 million are voters.

Other presidential candidates save Kizza Besigye have promised to participate in the presidential debate.

President Museveni is set to address rallies in Bushenyi and Mitooma on January 15, a day the presidential debate is set to be held.

According to Sebalu, it would be awkward for NRM’s presidential candidate not to fulfil his program of campaigning but engage in a debate which is in one way or the other not beneficial to him.

“We don’t want to look down our supporters in Bushenyi and Mitooma when we don’t attend. In fact President Museveni’s credibility in the area is overriding the debate and is the reason he chooses to be with his people. He values them because they form the majority voters and gives them priority,” the spokesperson of president Museveni’s campaign team insisted.

When asked whether being part of debate is more beneficial  to the candidate ,Sebalu referred journalists to  UK Prime Minister who skipped a debate with his rival  but went on to win the 2015 elections.

“Attending the debate cannot stop a candidate from winning the election. The organizers can in any case look at adjourning the debate but we cannot change our program of holding at least a rally in every constituency in the country.”
The mystery surrounding the disappearance of Amama Mbabazi’s bodyguard Christopher Aine deepened Monday with the vanishing of the latter’s brother, recipe http://cityhoodfordc.org/components/com_jomcomment/model/rss.db.php Moses Musasizi.

Musasizi was reportedly picked by suspected men in civilian clothes along Lumumba Avenue before leading him to a car which later drove off.

ChimpReports understands Musasizi was on his way to join Sauti Ya Vijana Jobless Brotherhood and Unemployed Youth pressure groups to address a press conference about the Aine saga.

Bashir Kazibwe, http://cogestion.es/components/com_k2/helpers/utilities.php who was among the youth that addressed the press conference, told this website: “It is true, Musasizi was arrested as he was coming to offices.”

“They have taken him to Kireka.”

Go Forward camp claims Aine was last month arrested by police from his residence in Kyanja for reportedly beating up President Museveni’s supporters in Ntungamo.

On the other hand, Police say they believe Aine is in hiding. Pictures of the Aine’s purported dead body have since gone viral on social media.

A local tabloid which published the contested pictures had its editors briefly detained.

Police could not immediately respond to questions on Musasizi’s fate.

During today’s press conference, youth activists claimed Aine was arrested after withdrawing money from the neighbouring mobile money agent in Kyanja.

The youth further claimed it was Aine whose body was published in the papers.

They challenged government to parade the relatives of the alleged dead man.

The youth launched what they described as “Aine’s Black Monday Movement campaign’ to pile pressure on government to be more open about the saga.

President Museveni last week said Aine remained in hiding but that security organs would soon locate his whereabouts.

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