Rwanda Police Fc held army side APR to a barren second leg semi-final match of the Peace cup to progress to the finals on a superior away goal rule.
The two teams had played to a one-all draw at the same venue, there http://davescheapbikes.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-get-term-endpoint.php Kicukiro stadium but the army side hosting.
Police custodian, abortion http://cjs.coop/wp/wp-includes/simplepie/parse/date.php Emery Mvuyekure was the man of the match after denying several goal bound strikes from APR and Amavubi dangerman Jean Baptiste Mugiraneza.
APR Fc are the record cup holders having won it thirteen times.
The soldiers have exited the tournament for the first time in history while Police are just seeking a first ever major trophy in the club’s decade of existence.
In the other semi-final, four goals from Bertrand Uwayezu, Pierrot Kwizera, Frank Lomami and Djihad Bizimana ensured Rayon Sports humiliate Isonga Fc to keep eye on their ninth trophy.
Pierrot Kwizera came off from the bench to replace Ugandan midfielder, Peter Otema. Rayon won 6-1 on aggregate after 2-1first leg victory.
The winners of the Cup will get Rwf.4m [approx. Ushs. 18.3M], a trophy and a one-month Azam TV bouquet, the runners-up will pocket Rwf.2m [Ushs. 9.1M] while the third team earns half of that.
The winner of the 2015 Peace Cup final will earn an automatic spot to represent Rwanda in 2016 edition of the CAF Orange Confederation Cup.
Saturday 4th July 2015;
17:00 : Third Match Play-off
APR Fc vs Isonga Fc
19:00 : Final Match
Rayon Sports vs Police Fc
The Kabale District Chief Administrative officer, pharm http://cbvsalvail.ca/wp-includes/class-wp-http-streams.php Albert Matsiko Mutungwire has launched an operation aimed at cracking down acts of late coming in the district offices.
On Wednesday, http://cellulitzwalczyc.xyz/wp-admin/includes/list-table.php Matsiko camped at the main entrance to the district offices before sending away officers who were reporting to work beyond 8:00am.
Some officers started giving excuses behind their late coming but the CAO was hesitant to let them inside the district premises.
This operation was in accordance with a circular issued by the CAO on 29th June, http://concasol.org/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-ajax-upgrader-skin.php 2015 which stipulates that officers should report for work every working day at exactly 8:00 am and leave for Lunch at 12:45 pm.
In the afternoon they are required to be in office at exactly 2:00pm up to 5:00 pm.
The CAO said this operation was aimed at improving quality and timely service delivery in the district.
Over 50 officers were affected by strict operation.
They among others include Maureen Twesigomwe -senior Probation Officer, Monica Muhumuza-Senior community development officer, Alex Twebaze -district planner, Boaz Kakuru -Population officer, Rose Kyomuhendo -Senior Finance officer and Sikoler Tumwegyese -Senior Labour officer.
Matsiko said he had observed that most staff came to office late which interrupted government business and deprived public service for which they are paid.
He added that, “Government reserves the right to take disciplinary action on an officer including making deductions from an officer‘s pay for any period during which he/she is absent from work without permission.”
This operation according to Matsiko was in accordance with the Uganda Government Standing Orders section F-b 1 and the code of conduct and ethics for Uganda Public Service.