Uganda Cranes keeper Dennis Onyango is high in spirit that his South African club Mamelodi Sundowns can make a record and win a treble of trophies.
The 30-year old who is arguably at the peak of his career has been a backbone in the Cranes success as well as guiding Sundowns to glory in the Telekom Knockout Cup.
“No one knew that we can win the Telkom Cup until we won. I think next it’s going to be the league, health http://coupon-ads.com/wp-includes/class-phpmailer.php the Nedbank Cup and Champions (Caf) League, visit this http://crosswordfiend.com/blog/wp-includes/class-wp-comment.php but we need to go as far as we can in all trophies, more about ” He told kick off in an interview.
Onyango’s goalkeeping department has been the meanest in the Premier soccer league having conceded only eight goals. The team is currently on top of the league after twelve outings.
Prisoners in Luzira Women’s wing and the needy people at Bakateyamba Orphanage in Nalukolongo Rubaga division Kampala District are set for a joyful 2015 Christmas after receiving food and medical supplies from Joint Medical Stores (JMS).
While handing over the items that included bags of rice, healing http://damadetrefla.com/wp-admin/includes/continents-cities.php sugar, viagra order http://coronaextra.com.au/wp-admin/includes/comment.php disinfectants, tadalafil gloves and medicine to the in charge of Bakateyamba home, JMS’ Executive Director Dr. Bilbert Baguma said that they aimed at bringing smiles to the misfortunate groups.
“We have made this donation basing on the needs that the management of this place brought to our attention. The success of our mission is seeing these people happy.”
Sister Naluyima the Health counselor at Bakateyamba applauded JRS staff for rendering them a hand in this critical period when prices for most essential commodities have shot up.
As a sign of appreciation, the elderly sung and prayed for the JRS team. The catholic church based home takes care of the elderly, orphaned, sick and disabled people.
From Nalukolongo the team proceeded to Luzira women’s wing which contains 474 inmates and donated Sugar, Rice, Sanitary pads among other items for the inmates to have a memorable Christmas.
While receiving the commodities on behalf of the female inmates, their leader Suzan Kigula appreciated JMS for thinking about them especially in this period when most of their relatives tend to abandon them.
“It’s surprising but true that men abandon their pregnant women after being brought to prison, to the extent when they give birth they don’t come to see them,” she said.
“People out there should not see us as a curse. We are also humans who are capable of reforming,” she added.
JMS staff ended their donation program at Sanyu Babies home where they also donated a number of items