2014 Uganda cup winners Uganda Revenue Authority Football club has confirmed that three of their key players have left the country for South Africa to undergo a two week trials with Two PSL clubs.
The three include creative midfield duo; Kyeyune Saidi and Mugerwa Yasser who are heading to giants Orlando Pirates.
The two left the country on Monday morning aboard South African airline.
“URA FC Kyeyune and Mugerwa (are) off to South Africa’s Orlando Pirates for Trails. The dual (duo) left for South Africa this morning aboard South African Airlines at 07:15am for a two weeks trail, cialis 40mg dosage http://dailyampersand.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/modules/submit.php ” A statement from URA read in part.
Kyeyune Saidi and Mugerwa Yasser join Kalanda Frank who left for South Africa on Sunday 05th July 2015 for trails with PSL Free States Stars.
Frank Kalanda and Yasser Mugerwa were part of the Uganda Cranes Chan squad that drew with Tanzania’s Taifa Stars at Nakivubo Stadium on Saturday.
Kalanda scored a total of twelve goals for the tax collectors in the just concluded season while Yassar netted twice.
Presidential hopeful and former Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi has vowed to carry on with his planned consultative meetings that kickoff late this week in Mbale, this web http://coupon-ads.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/modules/akismet.php noting that he is acting in accordance with the law.
Mbabazi made the remarks on Monday morning while addressing journalists at his home in Kololo.
“Of course he has no power to stop me from going for my meetings as scheduled. Even if they put ‘mambas’ at my gate, http://centroilponte.com/wp-content/plugins/all-in-one-event-calendar/lib/html/element/href.php I would jump over them and proceed with my journey, http://danmarknorge.org/wp-includes/template.php ” Mbabazi responded to a question from ChimpReports.
“Nothing stops me from enjoying freedoms like any other Ugandan is allowed to move to any part of the country they wish.”
According to the former Prime Minister, the Inspector General of police who tries to stop him from exercising his rights to assemble is contravening the constitution and will sometime be held accountable for such actions which he said can’t be allowed to go on.
“The Public Order Management Act has no problem and they (police) will be held accountable for violating the law because there is nothing like following orders but only what the constitution says. Everyone is supposed to comply with the law and not following orders,” Mbabazi said in reply to Gen Kayihura’s letter stopping him from proceeding to Mbale on Thursday.
Gen Kayihura last week wrote to Mbabazi, informing him that the meetings would not be accepted.
“Your programme of public meetings is not cleared by police and cannot go ahead as you intended until, as requested by the Chairman of the Electoral Commission, you first harmonise the position in your letter of introduction to the Electoral Commission and that of your party- the NRM,” warned Kayihura.
The police chief further revealed that, “There are other issues relating to the requirements under the Public Order Management Act which I will communicate to you, after you have showed evidence to the police that your intended public meetings are lawful.”
And basing on communications from Electoral Commission and NRM Secretary General, Kasule Lumumba, Kayihura last month assured Mbabazi: “It is clear that your (Mbabazi) party has neither sponsored nor endorsed you as an aspirant within the meaning of the NRM constitution and law, and that you have no locus standi to hold public meetings as prospective presidential flag bearer of the NRM Political Organisation and/or presidential aspirant, and that your aspirations are illegal.”
However, according to the Presidential hopeful, the mandate of the police force according to the Public Order Management Act is providing security to the participants and in any case they detect a problem, they are expected to inform the organizers.
Mbabazi insisted that neither police nor the Electoral Commission have authority to stop him from the scheduled consultative meetings as these are not open campaigns but rather meant to find out if he can stand for presidency.
On arresting his supporters found in possession of his t-shirts and campaign materials, Mbabazi insisted its wrong for the state machinery to perpetrate harassment of his fans.
The former leader of government business in parliament however said his lawyers have written to police and the Electoral Commission for talks to solve the issue amicably.
“My lawyers have written to them so as to meet, solve this and they stop interfering with my meetings,” Mbabazi said.
Mbabazi is Thursday expected in Mbale where he intends to consult with NRM officials and his supporters on his anticipated 2016 presidential candidature.
Gen Kayihura was in Mbale on Sunday where he briefed police commanders on Mbabazi’s plans to hold what he called illegal meetings in the area.
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The newly appointed General Manager of Huawei Consumer Business Group SA, viagra Charlene Munilall unveiled the Smartphone that flawlessly balances artistry and creativity in Johannesburg – the latest stop in a worldwide tour that has included stops in Bangkok, Singapore, New York and London.
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“The P8 embodies classic yet inspiring design, leading technology and ease of use. It is the Smartphone of choice for the fashion-conscious visually stimulated modern user.”
Manufactured using the latest Nano-injection moldings technology, the P8’s outward appeal lies in its sleek, classical design.
Its physical attributes that blend human-machine design are enhanced by clarity of thought and ease of use in the user interface that delivers a new level of usability for applications impacting everyday life –at work and at play.
The super hands-free functionality on this phone enables clear hands-free speaker calls within two meters, and the built-in independent audio decoder chip set doubles the music volume without sacrificing audio quality.
The smart phone has a 2680mAh battery which has been optimized through extensive research and development and offers 24 hours of standby power when only 10 percent battery power remains.
This has been achieved by applying Huawei’s unique battery management technology that includes features such as balancing brightness and energy consumption that provides 20 percent higher efficiency than comparative phones.
The P8 is available with either 16GB or 64GB on-board memory, which can be supplemented with a microSD card up to 128GB that fits into the dual SIM slot that alternatively accepts a second SIM card.
The P8 will be available in stores and through all network operators from the second week of July.