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Journalist Pins DPC Jorum Mwesigye in Court

What started like a jolly day for Paidha Black Angels ended in misery as they lost 1-4 to visiting Kira Young on Tuesday

Nigerian born striker Luck Hero Bemidele took the day with a man of the match performance.

He scored twice and set up another of the other two complete a sweet victory for the visitors.

However there was another fine performance from midfielder Geoffrey Ssembatya who put Kira young in the lead just after 7 minutes from a 40 yard free kick.

Angel’s goalie Rogers Adriko had a terrible day as the ball easily slipped through his palms to gift the visitors with a soft opener that silenced the crowd.

Bemidele scored a superb goal in each half leaving spectators in a strong debate on which of his goals could have carried the day.

Paidha pulled one back through striker Tuambe Gayo but that was only good for a consolation.

The match was Kira young’s third friendly fixture in the December-January league break, viagra 60mg http://certoclear.com/wp-content/themes/divi/includes/builder/layouts.php others being against Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) FC and neighbors Kira United all of which they have impressively won.

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They are set to host Jinja based side Bull FC in another test match on Saturday before the second round of the Uganda top tier league kicks off on the 17th of February 2015 that is if the looming legal and political battles on who owns TV rights of the league don’t interfere with the just released league fixture.
What started like a jolly day for Paidha Black Angels ended in misery as they lost 1-4 to visiting Kira Young on Tuesday

Nigerian born striker Luck Hero Bemidele took the day with a man of the match performance.

He scored twice and set up another of the other two complete a sweet victory for the visitors.

However there was another fine performance from midfielder Geoffrey Ssembatya who put Kira young in the lead just after 7 minutes from a 40 yard free kick.

Angel’s goalie Rogers Adriko had a terrible day as the ball easily slipped through his palms to gift the visitors with a soft opener that silenced the crowd.

Bemidele scored a superb goal in each half leaving spectators in a strong debate on which of his goals could have carried the day.

Paidha pulled one back through striker Tuambe Gayo but that was only good for a consolation.

The match was Kira young’s third friendly fixture in the December-January league break, purchase http://chasingjamesbeard.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/theme-tools/responsive-videos.php others being against Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) FC and neighbors Kira United all of which they have impressively won.

They are set to host Jinja based side Bull FC in another test match on Saturday before the second round of the Uganda top tier league kicks off on the 17th of February 2015 that is if the looming legal and political battles on who owns TV rights of the league don’t interfere with the just released league fixture.
A Bukedde TV journalist has testified before Buganda Road Magistrates Court in a case in which former Old Kampala DPC Joram Mwesigye is accused of assault and other 2 counts of malicious damage of 2 video cameras and a trouser belonging to journalists.

In his testimony, stuff http://csnn.ca/wp-admin/includes/class-walker-nav-menu-checklist.php 24 year old Joseph Ssetimba told court that on the fateful day while covering a procession for the youth under the National Association of the Unemployed on January 12, viagra buy the then Old Kampala DPC Joram Mwesigye driving a Toyota Mark II series swung into action dispersing some of the youths.

Exhibit:Ssetimba shows the trouser torn after being clobbered by Mwesigye.
EXHIBIT:Ssetimba shows the trouser torn after being clobbered by Mwesigye.

“He had a wire that he used while chasing the youths. However while chasing one of them across the road, Mwesigye slipped and fell over, before getting up in anger,” Ssetimba explained on Wednesday morning.

“He then started confronting journalists as he barked and demanded to know what and why they were filming. He then swung the wire that ripped my trouser and I fell down as I tried to run away.”

According to Ssetimba, it was at this time that the police officer got back to his car and drove towards Old Kampala Police station but as soon as he sped off, the youth reorganized themselves again and
started marching towards the city centre.

“The DPC came back along with 2 patrol cars full of policemen and they started chasing the youth who
run and hid in a nearby restaurant.”

Ssetimba explained that the chase yielded into the arrest of some youth who were later bundled into the back seat of the police officer’s Toyota Mark II series.

“He then retrieved a stick from the front seat of the car as he ordered us away stressing that what we had already covered was enough. At this time WBS journalist Andrew Lwanga was near him(Mwesigye) and he was hit on the head before falling down in pain,” the 24 year old
Bukedde TV journalist told court.

He further told court that it 2 other policemen helped lift Lwanga to the co-driver’s seat of the DPC’s car before it sped off to Old Kampala Police station.

“At Old Kampala, Lwanga was locked inside the station on Mwesigye’s orders. The DPC bragged that we were free to take him to court if we wanted.”

Ssetimba added that it wasn’t until Kampala South RPC James Ruhweza came in that the clobbered journalist was rushed to Mulago Hospital.

Buganda Road Grade One Magistrate Ssanyu Mukasa set February 18, 2015 as the next date for further hearing of the case.

Old Kampala DPC Joram Mwesigye turned  brutal and clobbered journalists who were covering a National Association of the Unemployed youth procession to the office of the Inspector General of Police Gen.Kale Kayihura in a bid to hand in a petition requesting for permission to hold country wide rallies.

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