Falcons Basketball Club fans are gripped with grief after their former player Jean Guy Rutayisire died in a car accident Sunday morning.
Rutayisire who played for Falcons between 2000-2005 before joining APR from 2005-2008, dosage http://corpuschristimiami.com/wp-includes/post-formats.php winning three league titles with the army side and later moved on to join Kigali Basketball Club. He was among the five people who died and 15 others were injured, when the bus they were travelling in to Huye collided with a truck.
Basketball players and fans in Uganda alike posted condolence messages to his family, friends and fellow teammates on social media all day as they remembered his glorious days with the record Ugandan league champions.
A Ugandan player Junior Hamis Mutebi who was occupying the front seat by the window with Rutayisire in the middle, had to jump out of the car after the first collision before the Volcano coaster they were travelling in rolled downhill. According to Rwandese daily The New Times.
According to the official statement released by the basketball federation Rutayisire died on the spot, while other players are seriously injured and have been taken to CHUK and Rokomo hospital.
The Kigali team was on board a Coaster bus en route to Huye where they were to play against Rwanda University- Huye Basketball Club on Sunday morning, when on the road to Kamonyi towards Gitarama the bus collided with a Fuso truck carrying brinks. The bus went off the road and tumbled a few meters down besides it.The four-term UPDF reprehensive in Parliament Brig. Phinehas Manoni Katirima is currently embroiled in serious land wrangles with residents of Lyantonde town, shop http://closdescapucins.fr/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/includes/pipe.php Chimpreports as learnt.
Katirima is pushing a number of residents out of three lots 202, http://copdx.org.au/wp-content/plugins/user-access-manager/tpl/groupinfo.php 55 and 337 in Lyantonde Town Council, who have occupied the land for decades.
The residents include the Kinuuka Sub county Chairman Silaje Mayanja, and another widowed woman we identified as Fausta Namukasa.
These claim to have occupied the land for many years and have set up a number of structures including commercial houses.
Katirima on the other hand claims to have bought the plots from other owners and is asking the occupants to demolish their structures and shift to somewhere else.
Chimpreports visited the area and Mr Silaje Mayanja informed us that the Army officer had recently showed up dressed in full combat and demanded that they leave the land.
When we contacted Brig Katimirima, he confirmed the wrangles and reasserted that the piece of land belonged to him and he wanted the residents out.
He said the obtained the piece of land in the early 1990s while he envisaged some development projects in the area.
He told us that the land was surveyed and that he possessed its titles. He advised the occupants to seek legal redress if they felt resentful.