Fufa big league Elgon group leaders Artland Katale extended their lead on top of the table with a comprehensive 4-1 victories at home in Entebbe against northerners Lira United on Tuesday evening.
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In the other match played at Kiira grounds, order Water FC registered their fourth consecutive win of the season defeating immediate former topflight team Kiira Young FC through Mahada Kalema’s brace.
Artland moves top with 24 points after twelve games, five ahead of second placed Busia fisheries who have two games less.
Artland K FC 4-1 Lira United -Mashariki, Entebbe Rd.
Kira Young 0-2 Water FC -Kira Grounds
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Boma Young vs. Onduparaka FC -Hoima,Booma
Kirinya Jinja SS vs. Wandegeya FC -Jinja SSS
Hope Doves vs. Masavu FC -Wankulukuku
Masaka LC vs. Wakiso Utd -Masaka RC
Sun City vs. Synergy FC -Nyakasanga, Kasese
Entebbe FC vs. Citizen FC -Bugonga, Entebbe
Proline FC vs. Kasese New Villa -Nakivubo
Water FC vs. Paidha B. Angels -Mengo ss
Bukedea TC FC Vs Sporting United -Bukedea pri. Sch.
High Court in Kabale on Tuesday issued an interim order to the national Electoral Commission in the district not to nominate any National Resistance Movement flag bearer from Rubanda West constituency for the parliamentary seat.
The interim order dated 1st December 2015, order http://cooperatition.org/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-links-list-table.php pursued by Minster Henry Banyenzaki stipulates that the National Resistance Movement Electoral Commission was restrained by court from declaring any person as winner of the party primaries in Rubanda west that were held on 16th November 2015.
In the primaries, stuff http://clark-illustration.com/wp-includes/class-wp-http-curl.php Eng. Denis Sabiti was declared a winner, link beating the other six opponents including minister Banyenzaki, who decided to rush to court to have the results cancelled over irregularities.
The court order signed by Assistant Kabale high court registrar Agatonica Mbabazi orders Badru Kiggundu’s Electoral Commission from nominating any person fronted by the ruling party for next year’s general elections; which exercise commenced today.
When contacted on phone the Kabale district independent electoral commission registrar Juma Shesha confirmed receiving the order, but added that he would wait for guidance from the commission’s legal team.
The NRM electoral commission chairperson Dr. Tango Odoi however, declined to comment on the way forward saying that he had not seen the order himself.
Minister Banyenzaki told us on phone that he was pleased with the court ruling and expressed hope that ‘justice would ultimately prevail.’
Meanwhile, a total of 43 candidates are lined up to be nominated for seven parliamentary seats in Kabale district.
Sarah Birungi the Kabale district assistant independent electoral commission registrar informed us that 21candidates will be nominated today Wednesday and 22 will be nominated on Thursday at the Kabale district Rukiiko hall.
The Kigezi region police spokesperson Elly Maate says that they have adequately deployed officers to ensure peace during the exercise. He urged the candidates to control their supporters.