Newly crowned 2015 Uganda cup champions, mind http://chmfire.ca/scripts/rvslib/pear/html/quickform/submit.php Sports Club Villa has confirmed their status to represent the country at next year’s Caf confederation’s cup. While answering to Chimpreports during a post final match conference, ed http://cccnt.com.au/wp-content/plugins/the-events-calendar/src/tribe/customizer/widget.php Mr. Ivan Kakembo assured that his team is back in the ‘top league’ and has all it takes to be at the continental elite competitions.
“We (Villa) are able in all departments including finances. We can assure you that Villa is ready to go the distance even if we are called for champion’s league (Caf), we shall go,” a joyous Kakembo confidently said.
On top of winning the trophy, Fufa promised the Nakivubo-based team two million shillings cash reward.
Mr. Ivan Kakembo also clarified that the whole Villa squad was going to share USD 15, 000 ( Ushs. 45M) as winning bonus. The team had earlier been promised a total of USD 17, 000 (approx Ushs. 51M) but were given USD 2000 (approx Ushs. 6M) immediately after the game was aborted in Ntungamo.
SC Villa won their ninth cup title, one more than their fellow finalists (KCCA FC) and same number less than Express who are the record winners. The Jogoos smashed ten-man KCCA Fc 3-0 courtesy of Augustine Nsumba’s first half strike and two from second half substitutes, Yesseri Waibi and Abdul Karim Kasule. They dethrone 2014 winners URA Fc who had a dismal show in this year’s tourney.
Youths under their umbrella body the Jobless Brotherhood have Wednesday launched a book titled ‘Unsowing the Mustard Seed’ which seeks to among others ‘reveal that president Museveni published falsehoods in his book ‘Sowing the Mustard seed.’’
“In this book, view http://cuveeboutiquespa.com/site/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/admin/includes/welcome-panel.php we have detailed the untruths told and how President Museveni’s comrades lost their lives in the liberation struggle and only he emerged the hero, thumb ” remarked Norman Tumuhimbise the Jobless Brotherhood coordinator while speaking to journalists at City House in Kampala.
Tumuhimbise noted that the book seeks to answer questions as to whether the mustard seed yielded fruits according to the expectations of all who risked their lives in the bush to water it.
Exiled Col. Samson Mande stated in his forward message, “As a concerned Ugandan citizen, with patriotic blood rushing through my veins, I found it ethical for me to join the struggle of NRA which I believed would bring about good governance through the NRA Ten-Point-Program.”
“The Ten-Point-Program was more less a mustard seed that we thought would sprout from the ground with vigor and vitality and produce delicious fruits that would be enjoyed by all Ugandans.”
Tumuhimbise told journalists that he likened the seed who is president Museveni, to a sick tooth that Ugandans have to endure the little pain and have it plucked out so as to enjoy their full rights and freedom.
“I want to call upon all Ugandans, religious leaders and other civil society organizations to embrace the campaign of having Museveni pushed out of power as the only way to restore sanity in the country.”
He observed that the group has now embarked on a campaign to mobilize all youths and students in the country with the message of shunning the 2016 general elections in case the electoral reforms are not put in place.
“We recognize all the efforts by other democracy seeking organizations pushing for reforms but we shall not wait to act when it is too late; we have resolved to commence the campaign calling on all Ugandan to shun the fraudulent elections.”
Tumuhimbise added that they will soon hold a public launch of the book in a peaceful march to parliament.
Makerere University Guild president and head of the Students Brotherhood, David Bala emphasized that the campaign has already started in schools urging all students to stand up and get out of their confortable zones so as to determine the destiny of their country.
“Nobody will hold us down, we have the numbers and are very determined to see change as we push for free and fair elections.”