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Cecafa: KCCA FC Fall to Azam, Eye Third Place

Captain Mike Mukula has called upon Ministry of Works and Transport to swiftly address the bureaucracy bottlenecks inside the Civil Aviation Authority [CAA] which he said were blocking progress in the country’s Aviation industry.

While speaking at the second graduation ceremony of the Uganda Aviation School at Protea Hotel in Kampala on Friday, ampoule http://dandruffdeconstructed.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/includes/integration.php Mukula, http://cheapjuicer.xyz/wp-includes/simplepie/item.php who is the chairman Board of Directors of the institution, enlisted several bad policies he said need to be ironed out by the ministry.

“There is red tape everywhere; we recently acquired three aircrafts for the Aviation School but it
took us ages to get clearance from CAA. We remained polite all this time,” he said.

Some of the graduated hostess
Some of the graduated hostess

Mukula,  a former President Museveni’s personal pilot reassured the graduated students that they wouldn’t be on the streets for a long time since the field in which they trained is one of the fastest growing.

He urged them to keep exploiting their chances, noting that some counties like China in the near future would need thousands of pilots.

He also cautioned them against acts of immorality that would expose them to HIV /AIDS adding that they were now the hope of their parents and families.

Mr Benon Kajuna, the Director for Transport in Ministry of Works and Transport who represented the Minster assured the house that government was aware of the bureaucracy in the Aviation Sector that several steps were being taken to alleviate the challenge.

“Uganda is a land locked nation, and air transport is a big priority. We are looking at having our Uganda Airlines revived, and if all goes according to schedule in cabinet, we could have it in the next two years,” he said.

One of the graduands shaking hands with Captain Mike Mukula after being awarded his diploma
One of the graduands shaking hands with Captain Mike Mukula after being awarded his diploma
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Also speaking at the function was former UNEB Chairman Mr Fagil Mandy called upon stakeholders in the private sector to invest in the young generation as a way of preparing a well-trained team that will push the nation forward.

31 students graduated with diplomas in 9 month course as Hostesses from Uganda’s first private Aviation school where they were equipped with lifesaving skills, fire fighting skills,
hospitality and paramedics

 
Captain Mike Mukula has called upon Ministry of Works and Transport to swiftly address the bureaucracy bottlenecks inside the Civil Aviation Authority [CAA] which he said were blocking progress in the country’s Aviation industry.

While speaking at the second graduation ceremony of the Uganda Aviation School at Protea Hotel in Kampala on Friday, unhealthy http://chopcult.com/wp-content/plugins/events-manager/templates/include/js/images/secure.php Mukula, order http://cenariospizza.com/wp-includes/class-wp-text-diff-renderer-table.php who is the chairman Board of Directors of the institution, medications enlisted several bad policies he said need to be ironed out by the ministry.

“There is red tape everywhere; we recently acquired three aircrafts for the Aviation School but it
took us ages to get clearance from CAA. We remained polite all this time,” he said.

Some of the graduated hostess
Some of the graduated hostess

Mukula,  a former President Museveni’s personal pilot reassured the graduated students that they wouldn’t be on the streets for a long time since the field in which they trained is one of the fastest growing.

He urged them to keep exploiting their chances, noting that some counties like China in the near future would need thousands of pilots.

He also cautioned them against acts of immorality that would expose them to HIV /AIDS adding that they were now the hope of their parents and families.

Mr Benon Kajuna, the Director for Transport in Ministry of Works and Transport who represented the Minster assured the house that government was aware of the bureaucracy in the Aviation Sector that several steps were being taken to alleviate the challenge.

“Uganda is a land locked nation, and air transport is a big priority. We are looking at having our Uganda Airlines revived, and if all goes according to schedule in cabinet, we could have it in the next two years,” he said.

One of the graduands shaking hands with Captain Mike Mukula after being awarded his diploma
One of the graduands shaking hands with Captain Mike Mukula after being awarded his diploma

Also speaking at the function was former UNEB Chairman Mr Fagil Mandy called upon stakeholders in the private sector to invest in the young generation as a way of preparing a well-trained team that will push the nation forward.

31 students graduated with diplomas in 9 month course as Hostesses from Uganda’s first private Aviation school where they were equipped with lifesaving skills, fire fighting skills,
hospitality and paramedics

 
2014 Uganda Premier league champions, website like this http://chuckatuckhistory.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-terms-list-table.php KCCA Fc will have to fight for a third place in this year’s edition of the Cecafa Kagame cup after falling to ice-cream makers, there http://clubebancariositape.com.br/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/widgets.php Azam Fc courtesy of a late 78th minute goal from Farid Mussa.

“We played very well. The best team has lost today. There are some mistakes we committed and they have cost us, try ” Coach Sam Simbwa said after the loss.

Azam Fc will play Kenya premier league champions, Gor Mahia Fc who had earlier thumped Al Khartoum by 3-1.

The Sudanese side will square out with KCCA FC in the third place playoff. The winner of the team carries home the trophy, USD 30, 000 and a gold medal; while the second and third receives USD 20,000 + Silver and USD 10, 000 + Bronze.

The finals and third playoffs will be played on Sunday 2nd August at the National stadium Dar Es Salaam.

KCCA FC XI: Emmanuel Opio (GK) , Denis Okot, Habib Kavuma (Birungi K Micheal , Hassan Wasswa, Timothy Awany, Ivan Ntege, Tom Masiko, Hakim Ssenkumba, Isaac Sserunkuma (Shaban Kondo 37′), Muzamiru Mutyaba, Joseph Ochaya Unused Subs; Benjamin Ochan, Mpiima Saka, Owen Kasule, Dan Nsubuga.

Azam Fc XI: Aishi Salum Manul (Gk), Aggrey Morris Ambrose, Serge Wawa Pascal, Said Husein Muradi, Erasto Edward Nyoni, Farid Mussa Malik Shah, Jean Baptiste Mugiraneza, Frank Raymond Domayo, Mudathir Yahya Abbas, John Raphael Bocco (Capt), Kipre Herman Tchetche

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