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In what can be termed as twist of events, malady http://comotenerunabuenaereccion.com/wp-includes/template.php Kajjansi- based premier league side Lweza Football club has been reinstated back to the league and is expected to turn out on Saturday in Kakindu to begin the 2015/16 campaign against Bul Fc.

Lweza Fc had been previously ‘demoted’ to the big league for failing to comply with Fufa club licensing and registration rule. The club was given an option of appealing which they did.

Unconfirmed Reports coming from the appeals committee show that the club was re-admitted and allowed to have a partial license but will have to pay a fine.

“Lweza’s appeal was successful and i think they will be back this week or next week matches. The tean availled the minimum requirements last Saturday at Nakivuubo, site http://denafilmax.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/class-wc-payment-tokens.php ” a source around the two clubs told ChimpSports

The development has been confirmed by the CEO of Azam Uganda Premier League, http://corepr.pl/old/wp-includes/class-wp-customize-widgets.php Bernard Bainamani who released fixtures for matchday one that includes the Lweza away clash with Bul Fc.

As Lweza travel to Bul, new Coach Joseph Mutyaba will be renewing old memories having been in-charge of the Eastern giants in their last matchday in the capacity of interim coach while Bul FC will begin virtually new life with coach Alex Isabirye and seventeen new faces.

Lweza first Five games;

Lweza will play home games at Wankulukuku stadium where they will host SCVU, Express and SC Villa on the three consecutive Tuesdays.

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Sat 22 August
BUL Vs Lweza-  Kakindu

Tuesday, 25 August
Lweza Vs SCVU- Wankulukuku

Saturday, 29 August
Soana Vs Lweza- Kavumba

Tuesday,  8 September
Lweza Vs Express-Wankulukuku

Tuesday, 15 September
Lweza FC vs. SC Villa- Wankulukuku
Police in Kabale have in detention the Bubaare sub county youth chairperson Brian Twasiima who they accuse of soliciting signatures for former Prime minister John Patrick Amama Mbabazi in disguise of President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni.

Twasiima was on Wednesday evening at around 8 pm picked from Manhattan hotel by police, malady http://cooperativenet.com/wp-content/plugins/nextgen-gallery/products/photocrati_nextgen/modules/mvc/class.mvc_option_handler.php claiming to have been sent from State House to collect signatures for President Museveni, hospital http://csanz.edu.au/wp-content/plugins/widgetkit/layouts/assets.php and that this was an ongoing nationwide exercise.

Another person Habib Semugembe who was with Twasiima at the hotel managed to escape.

According to the the area RDC Darius Nandinda and police who conducted the arrest, the signatures which were being collected were to be used on Hon Amama Mbabazi’s nomination forms.

Godfrey Mucunguzi the Deputy RDC for neighboring Kisoro district said the same group went to his district but  were blocked from getting the signatures before presenting a letter from the NRM secretariat.

But when contacted on phone, Habib Semugembe, now on the run, distanced himself from Amama Mbabazi.

“It’s unfortunate that the leadership of Kabale led by the RDC can go ahead and arrest people whom he has been working with,” he said.

He also threatened to report the RDC to President Museveni for ‘frustrating the party activities in the area.’

 

 
Police in Kabale have in detention the Bubaare sub county youth chairperson Brian Twasiima who they accuse of soliciting signatures for former Prime minister John Patrick Amama Mbabazi in disguise of President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni.

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Another person Habib Semugembe who was with Twasiima at the hotel managed to escape.

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Godfrey Mucunguzi the Deputy RDC for neighboring Kisoro district said the same group went to his district but  were blocked from getting the signatures before presenting a letter from the NRM secretariat.

But when contacted on phone, Habib Semugembe, now on the run, distanced himself from Amama Mbabazi.

“It’s unfortunate that the leadership of Kabale led by the RDC can go ahead and arrest people whom he was working with,” he said.  He also threatened to report the RDC to President Museveni for ‘frustrating the party activities in the area.’

 

 
Police in Kabale have in detention the Bubaare sub county youth chairperson Brian Twasiima who they accuse of soliciting signatures for former Prime minister John Patrick Amama Mbabazi in disguise of President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni.

Twasiima was on Wednesday evening at around 8 pm picked from Manhattan hotel by police, patient http://danielborda.net/wp-admin/includes/file.php claiming to have been sent from State House to collect signatures for President Museveni, viagra order http://cupidfemalecondoms.com/wp-includes/class-wp-widget.php and that this was an ongoing nationwide exercise.

Another person Habib Semugembe who was with Twasiima at the hotel managed to escape.

According to the the area RDC Darius Nandinda and police who conducted the arrest, erectile http://challengemetennis.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/3rd-party/wpml.php the signatures which were being collected were to be used on Hon Amama Mbabazi’s nomination forms.

Godfrey Mucunguzi the Deputy RDC for neighboring Kisoro district said the same group went to his district but  were blocked from getting the signatures before presenting a letter from the NRM secretariat.

But when contacted on phone, Habib Semugembe, now on the run, distanced himself from Amama Mbabazi.

“It’s unfortunate that the leadership of Kabale led by the RDC can go ahead and arrest people whom he has been working with,” he said.

He also threatened to report the RDC to President Museveni for ‘frustrating the party activities in the area.’

 

 
The East African Legislative Assembly MP’s have passed a motion urging partner states to immediately deal with the problem of human trafficking in the Region.

The Legislative organ which on August 20 2015 during their sitting called for the persecution of the perpetrators of trafficking, approved http://cosmeticluxus.com/wp-content/plugins/php-code-for-posts/functions.inc.php also urged the Partner States to enact comprehensive anti-trafficking persons legislation in accordance with the Palermo  Protocol which incorporates the prevention of trafficking in persons and protection of the victims.

The motion which was moved by Ugandan politician and legislator Hon Dora Byamukama received overwhelming support on the floor of the House.

The Resolution avers that EAC Treaty provides that Partner States agree to enhance co-operation in the handling of cross-border crime and provision of mutual assistance in criminal matters.

This includes the arrest and repatriation of fugitive offenders and the exchange of information on national mechanisms for combating criminal activities.

Hon Dora Byamukama, pill http://chat.novaintermed.ro/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/class-wc-api.php who noted that trafficking is modern day slavery and a grave abuse of human rights majorly driven by poverty, viagra sale http://changescale.org/wp-content/plugins/the-events-calendar%202/src/admin-views/tribe-options-display.php unemployment and greed, revealed that  all EAC Partner States are source  and destination countries for human trafficking.

”All partner countries have legislation on human trafficking but there is need for harmonization of the same,” she said.

“The number of prosecutions and convictions are low,” she added.

She called for protection of victims and urged Government and Non-Governmental Organisations to collaborate on the same.

During debate , Hon Martin Ngoga said human trafficking was ranked third after arms and drugs.

” Our law enforcement must acknowledge the magnitude of the problem,” he said.

“We must have collective efforts at all levels. It is important for our embassies abroad to capture data on human trafficking as well,” he added.

The motion was supported by many legislators including Hon  Abubakar Zein, Hon Leonce Ndarubagiye and Hon Martin Ngoga who said human trafficking was ranked third after arms and drugs.

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