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Ankole Elders Demand Kingdom Restoration

With all the statistics and facts in the previous piece, see http://dentalrealsaltillo.com/components/com_k2/views/itemlist/tmpl/category_item.php we trace down some of the arguably best performers of the season so far strictly with their performance in the 15 league games.

Goal keeper

Bright Stars keeper Mathias Kigonya has so far redeemed himself with a very excellent performance and spectacular saves that has seen him break the duopoly of Vipers custodians Ismail Watenga and James Alitho in Cranes local legion’s folds. JMC Hippo’s Benson Wagima comes in close.

Defense

Two captains make the cut out of the three defenders preferred.

Musa Walangarira: The commanding JMC Hippos captain has been a nightmare to attack forces where he has rarely allowed one to have a second touch on the ball that is if the first was successful; very strong in the air and a scaring physique. He partners at the back with his Bright Stars centre back Bernard ‘Scholes’ Muwanga.

Bernard Muwanga: The ever-dependable defender has been versatile covering the defense and at time pinned in central midfield position. Having begun his elite career at Bright Stars, Muwanga has worked hard to achieve the same level of consistency and quality that has seen him appear in the national colors.

Joseph Ochaya: The left back has been efficient, one of the only two local starters in the main Cranes team. He has guided KCCA FC as a pseudo skipper.

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Midfielders

The department has brought forward the biggest competition selection even for the national coaches. Five come in here.

Peter Katumba: The former Bul fc maestro was handed the armband this season at Sadolin. The star has dictated play in games he has played. The painters have lost only two games (Police and Lweza) under his captaincy thumping giants like URA and Express and holding defending champions Vipers. In fact Sadolin has not won any game he missed. Four creative midfielders join forces with 21 goals between them. They include Vipers duo of Farouk Miya and Erisa Sekisambu. The former has been crowned Player of the year while the latter was the Uganda cup MVP. That aside, Miya’s exploits in club are all over and need no further explanations.

As for Sekisambu, he has scored a third of Vipers goals this season. Muzamir Mutyaba’s fine form, assists capped with four goals can’t go unrecognized. It may be the same reason he will join Cranes Chan camp in the latter stages.

Ambrose Kirya probably the signing of the season, is growing in stature and confidence. The former JMC skipper has scored five goals which have decided four games including a double as Villa came from down to beat Express in the derby.

Strikers

Ceasar Okhuti has been good for Express with great goals and misses on same scale; erformance that has left KCCA FC licking their lips for his signature. He is revived.8 goals!

Robert Ssentongo: Little explanation is needed; he is simply the smartest figure in front of goal, a nightmare to for defenses, a dream to play with. Scores when he wants.

Best XI Mathias Kigonya (B.Stars)- Musa Walangarira (Jmc), Bernard Muwanga (B.Stars), Joseph Ochaya (KCCA FC)- Peter Katumba (Sadolin)- Farouk Miya & Erisa Selisambu (Vipers), Muzamir Mutyaba (KCCA FC), Ambrose Kirya (SC Villa)- Ceasar Okhuti (Express), Robert Ssentongo (URA) Special mentions- Denis Okot, Dan Bilikwalira, Richard Wandyaka, Militon Karisa, Mike Ndera, Derrick Walulya, Kezron Kizito, Alitho James, Nico Wadada, Sadat Kyambadde, and Saidi Kyeyune. Coach of 1st leg- Sam Timbe(Police) Asst Coach- James Odoch (Jmc) G.Keeper coach- Billy Kigundu (Vipers).

 
With all the statistics and facts in the previous piece, remedy http://craigpatchett.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-get-customcss.php we trace down some of the arguably best performers of the season so far strictly with their performance in the 15 league games.

Goal keeper

Bright Stars keeper Mathias Kigonya has so far redeemed himself with a very excellent performance and spectacular saves that has seen him break the duopoly of Vipers custodians Ismail Watenga and James Alitho in Cranes local legion’s folds. JMC Hippo’s Benson Wagima comes in close.

Defense

Two captains make the cut out of the three defenders preferred.

Musa Walangarira: The commanding JMC Hippos captain has been a nightmare to attack forces where he has rarely allowed one to have a second touch on the ball that is if the first was successful; very strong in the air and a scaring physique. He partners at the back with his Bright Stars centre back Bernard ‘Scholes’ Muwanga.

Bernard Muwanga: The ever-dependable defender has been versatile covering the defense and at time pinned in central midfield position. Having begun his elite career at Bright Stars, http://cornerstone-edge.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/shortlinks.php Muwanga has worked hard to achieve the same level of consistency and quality that has seen him appear in the national colors.

Joseph Ochaya: The left back has been efficient, http://darkon.org/wp-admin/maint/repair.php one of the only two local starters in the main Cranes team. He has guided KCCA FC as a pseudo skipper.

Midfielders

The department has brought forward the biggest competition selection even for the national coaches. Five come in here.

Peter Katumba: The former Bul fc maestro was handed the armband this season at Sadolin. The star has dictated play in games he has played. The painters have lost only two games (Police and Lweza) under his captaincy thumping giants like URA and Express and holding defending champions Vipers. In fact Sadolin has not won any game he missed. Four creative midfielders join forces with 21 goals between them. They include Vipers duo of Farouk Miya and Erisa Sekisambu. The former has been crowned Player of the year while the latter was the Uganda cup MVP. That aside, Miya’s exploits in club are all over and need no further explanations.

As for Sekisambu, he has scored a third of Vipers goals this season. Muzamir Mutyaba’s fine form, assists capped with four goals can’t go unrecognized. It may be the same reason he will join Cranes Chan camp in the latter stages.

Ambrose Kirya probably the signing of the season, is growing in stature and confidence. The former JMC skipper has scored five goals which have decided four games including a double as Villa came from down to beat Express in the derby.

Strikers

Ceasar Okhuti has been good for Express with great goals and misses on same scale; erformance that has left KCCA FC licking their lips for his signature. He is revived.8 goals!

Robert Ssentongo: Little explanation is needed; he is simply the smartest figure in front of goal, a nightmare to for defenses, a dream to play with. Scores when he wants.

Best XI Mathias Kigonya (B.Stars)- Musa Walangarira (Jmc), Bernard Muwanga (B.Stars), Joseph Ochaya (KCCA FC)- Peter Katumba (Sadolin)- Farouk Miya & Erisa Selisambu (Vipers), Muzamir Mutyaba (KCCA FC), Ambrose Kirya (SC Villa)- Ceasar Okhuti (Express), Robert Ssentongo (URA) Special mentions- Denis Okot, Dan Bilikwalira, Richard Wandyaka, Militon Karisa, Mike Ndera, Derrick Walulya, Kezron Kizito, Alitho James, Nico Wadada, Sadat Kyambadde, and Saidi Kyeyune. Coach of 1st leg- Sam Timbe(Police) Asst Coach- James Odoch (Jmc) G.Keeper coach- Billy Kigundu (Vipers).

 
With all the statistics and facts in the previous piece, recipe http://debbieschlussel.com/wp-admin/includes/import.php we trace down some of the arguably best performers of the season so far strictly with their performance in the 15 league games.

Goal keeper

Bright Stars keeper Mathias Kigonya has so far redeemed himself with a very excellent performance and spectacular saves that has seen him break the duopoly of Vipers custodians Ismail Watenga and James Alitho in Cranes local legion’s folds. JMC Hippo’s Benson Wagima comes in close.

Defense

Two captains make the cut out of the three defenders preferred.

Musa Walangarira: The commanding JMC Hippos captain has been a nightmare to attack forces where he has rarely allowed one to have a second touch on the ball that is if the first was successful; very strong in the air and a scaring physique. He partners at the back with his Bright Stars centre back Bernard ‘Scholes’ Muwanga.

Bernard Muwanga: The ever-dependable defender has been versatile covering the defense and at time pinned in central midfield position. Having begun his elite career at Bright Stars, link http://chipinhead.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/sal/class.json-api-site-base.php Muwanga has worked hard to achieve the same level of consistency and quality that has seen him appear in the national colors.

Joseph Ochaya: The left back has been efficient, http://comeduraredipiu.com/wp-content/plugins/thrive-leads/editor-templates/shortcode/22_set.php one of the only two local starters in the main Cranes team. He has guided KCCA FC as a pseudo skipper.

Midfielders

The department has brought forward the biggest competition selection even for the national coaches. Five come in here.

Peter Katumba: The former Bul fc maestro was handed the armband this season at Sadolin. The star has dictated play in games he has played. The painters have lost only two games (Police and Lweza) under his captaincy thumping giants like URA and Express and holding defending champions Vipers. In fact Sadolin has not won any game he missed. Four creative midfielders join forces with 21 goals between them. They include Vipers duo of Farouk Miya and Erisa Sekisambu. The former has been crowned Player of the year while the latter was the Uganda cup MVP. That aside, Miya’s exploits in club are all over and need no further explanations.

As for Sekisambu, he has scored a third of Vipers goals this season. Muzamir Mutyaba’s fine form, assists capped with four goals can’t go unrecognized. It may be the same reason he will join Cranes Chan camp in the latter stages.

Ambrose Kirya probably the signing of the season, is growing in stature and confidence. The former JMC skipper has scored five goals which have decided four games including a double as Villa came from down to beat Express in the derby.

Strikers

Ceasar Okhuti has been good for Express with great goals and misses on same scale; erformance that has left KCCA FC licking their lips for his signature. He is revived.8 goals!

Robert Ssentongo: Little explanation is needed; he is simply the smartest figure in front of goal, a nightmare to for defenses, a dream to play with. Scores when he wants.

Best XI Mathias Kigonya (B.Stars)- Musa Walangarira (Jmc), Bernard Muwanga (B.Stars), Joseph Ochaya (KCCA FC)- Peter Katumba (Sadolin)- Farouk Miya & Erisa Selisambu (Vipers), Muzamir Mutyaba (KCCA FC), Ambrose Kirya (SC Villa)- Ceasar Okhuti (Express), Robert Ssentongo (URA) Special mentions- Denis Okot, Dan Bilikwalira, Richard Wandyaka, Militon Karisa, Mike Ndera, Derrick Walulya, Kezron Kizito, Alitho James, Nico Wadada, Sadat Kyambadde, and Saidi Kyeyune. Coach of 1st leg- Sam Timbe(Police) Asst Coach- James Odoch (Jmc) G.Keeper coach- Billy Kigundu (Vipers).

 
With all the statistics and facts in the previous piece, this http://centroilponte.com/wp-content/plugins/all-in-one-event-calendar/app/view/event/location.php we trace down some of the arguably best performers of the season so far strictly with their performance in the 15 league games.

Goal keeper

Bright Stars keeper Mathias Kigonya has so far redeemed himself with a very excellent performance and spectacular saves that has seen him break the duopoly of Vipers custodians Ismail Watenga and James Alitho in Cranes local legion’s folds. JMC Hippo’s Benson Wagima comes in close.

Defense

Two captains make the cut out of the three defenders preferred.

Musa Walangarira: The commanding JMC Hippos captain has been a nightmare to attack forces where he has rarely allowed one to have a second touch on the ball that is if the first was successful; very strong in the air and a scaring physique. He partners at the back with his Bright Stars centre back Bernard ‘Scholes’ Muwanga.

Bernard Muwanga: The ever-dependable defender has been versatile covering the defense and at time pinned in central midfield position. Having begun his elite career at Bright Stars, Muwanga has worked hard to achieve the same level of consistency and quality that has seen him appear in the national colors.

Joseph Ochaya: The left back has been efficient, http://coronaextra.com.au/wp-includes/user.php one of the only two local starters in the main Cranes team. He has guided KCCA FC as a pseudo skipper.

Midfielders

The department has brought forward the biggest competition selection even for the national coaches. Five come in here.

Peter Katumba: The former Bul fc maestro was handed the armband this season at Sadolin. The star has dictated play in games he has played. The painters have lost only two games (Police and Lweza) under his captaincy thumping giants like URA and Express and holding defending champions Vipers. In fact Sadolin has not won any game he missed. Four creative midfielders join forces with 21 goals between them. They include Vipers duo of Farouk Miya and Erisa Sekisambu. The former has been crowned Player of the year while the latter was the Uganda cup MVP. That aside, Miya’s exploits in club are all over and need no further explanations.

As for Sekisambu, he has scored a third of Vipers goals this season. Muzamir Mutyaba’s fine form, assists capped with four goals can’t go unrecognized. It may be the same reason he will join Cranes Chan camp in the latter stages.

Ambrose Kirya probably the signing of the season, is growing in stature and confidence. The former JMC skipper has scored five goals which have decided four games including a double as Villa came from down to beat Express in the derby.

Strikers

Ceasar Okhuti has been good for Express with great goals and misses on same scale; erformance that has left KCCA FC licking their lips for his signature. He is revived.8 goals!

Robert Ssentongo: Little explanation is needed; he is simply the smartest figure in front of goal, a nightmare to for defenses, a dream to play with. Scores when he wants.

Best XI Mathias Kigonya (B.Stars)- Musa Walangarira (Jmc), Bernard Muwanga (B.Stars), Joseph Ochaya (KCCA FC)- Peter Katumba (Sadolin)- Farouk Miya & Erisa Selisambu (Vipers), Muzamir Mutyaba (KCCA FC), Ambrose Kirya (SC Villa)- Ceasar Okhuti (Express), Robert Ssentongo (URA) Special mentions- Denis Okot, Dan Bilikwalira, Richard Wandyaka, Militon Karisa, Mike Ndera, Derrick Walulya, Kezron Kizito, Alitho James, Nico Wadada, Sadat Kyambadde, and Saidi Kyeyune. Coach of 1st leg- Sam Timbe(Police) Asst Coach- James Odoch (Jmc) G.Keeper coach- Billy Kigundu (Vipers).

 
A group Ankole kingdom royals have appealed to the government to commence the process of reorganizing the kingdom and returning its assets.

The Loyalist group of the defunct Ankole Kingdom made the call yesterday during a function to unveil a new King, pills http://centroilponte.com/wp-content/plugins/all-in-one-event-calendar/lib/cache/strategy/file.php Prince Umar Asiimwe at his residence in Railway Word central division in Kasese Municipality.

One Igumira Kitobobo, rx http://clearskinconcierge.com/acne/wp-includes/theme-compat/comments-popup.php the 4th grandson of King Ntare said that government should return all their kingdom assets it took over in 1967 when the kingdoms were abolished.

Kitobobo said that the loyalists have already secured a palace in Itaba cell, generic Kabanyoro in Mbarara municipality to coordinate their activities as they fight for what belongs to them.

Prince Umar Asiimwe who has lived in Kasese since 1967 when the kingdoms were abolished said that Government’s failure to restore their kingdom has impacted negatively on their cultural practices and their language.

“I have been waiting for our kingdom to be restored by the government because we have lost huge chunks of land under the Ankole Cultural Trust and the culture of the Banyankore is almost wiped out, yet we have great influence in Africa,” said Asiimwe.

He added that he will embark on the mobilization of all the Banyankore who live in and outside the country to rally behind him and reverse the extinction of their culture.

“I am very happy that these elders have trusted me with the responsibility of taking over the leadership of Ankole Kingdom and my main task will be to promote the Ankole culture like all other cultural leaders are doing in Uganda,” said Asiimwe.

Prince Asiimwe says The Ankole culture and language is gravely endangered in the absence of the Kingdom
Prince Asiimwe says The Ankole culture and language is gravely endangered in the absence of the Kingdom

He called for the return of all county and sub county headquarters within the kingdom as well as compensation from government for the assets that are in ruins like the royal regalia in the national museum and the kingdom palace in Kamukuzi among others.

Asiimwe said that the King’s palace at Kamukuzi Hill in Mbarara district has been vandalized and appealed to the government to allow the people of Ankole to renovate it.

“I am going to work with government in ensuring that some assets of the kingdom are returned and I would also like to appeal to the people of Ankole not to rush the central government because returning the assets is a process,” said Asiimwe.

John Musinguzi who led a delegation of the youths from Mbarara to Kasese said that they are in full support prince Asiimwe’s ideas of having the kingdom reorganized.

He said that the Kingdom properties, which are meant to be a symbol of their cultural heritage, are in ruins.

Musinguzi said that they have for long been agitating for the Ankole Kingdom to be reorganized and its property returned.

In March last year, Government offered to return part of the properties seized from Buganda kingdom. This triggered agitation from Bunyoro and Tooro kingdoms for a return of their assets too.

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