The country has been ranked at position 72 up from 74 from last month.
The elevation means that Uganda returns to the top 20 in the continent just a day after the 2017 AFCON draws were drawn.
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In CAF 2017 group D qualifiers, Burkina Faso is ranked at number 66 globally and only one position above Uganda in continental log.
Botswana is at 104 while Comoros was the lowest place at 186.
Algeria (21), Ivory Coast (23), Ghana (26), Tunisia(30) and Senegal (36) are the best in Africa.
Globally, Germany leads the list as Argentina, Belgium, Colombia and Brazil complete the top five.
The next rankings will be unveiled on 7th May 2015.
As Buganda prepares to mark Kabaka Ronald Muwenda Mutembi II’s 60th birthday, this site http://chatterblast.com/wp-includes/canonical.php Kampala Capital City Authority [KCCA] officials this morning unveiled a gift to the king.
The Authority unveiled a Monument constructed at the Nantawetwa junction on the 1 mile stretch from his Palace to the Bulange building.
KCCA said in a brief statement on Thursday that the junction honours His Majesty the King as he travels from his palace (Lubiri) to office Bulange/Parliament.
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Its construction was commissioned in February 2015 by KCCA’s Executive Director Jennifer S Musisi.
It is a donation by a small group of Buganda subjects to their King on his 60th birthday.
The monument stands at 11 metres in height three metres diameter split into two and three metres deep.
The large drums hoist the Buganda shield with two spears representing the historical symbol for Buganda’s mighty protection against adversaries.
Meanwhile, arrangements are underway to mark the 60th birthday of Buganda king, Kabaka Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II.
The celebrations are scheduled for April, 13, 2015 at Masengere house at Bulange Mengo where prayers will be held.
The chairperson organizing committee Robert Waggwa Nsibirwa recently disclosed that there will be several activities for a full month to mark the birth day anniversary.
He revealed that these will include selling of Buganda art, dressings, cups and key holders all carrying images of the Kabaka and of Masengere building with the message about the monarch’s birth day anniversary.
A film about the life of Kabaka Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II, more especially from his first coronation and what he has done to transform the people of Buganda, Will also be handed to him officially.
The Kabaka is revered in Buganda, with many looking at him as a source of unity.
Nsibirwa said that the thanks giving prayers will be led by the Bishop of Namirembe Wilberforce Kityo Luwalira.
He added that some roads connecting to Bulange will be closed on that day to enable the Kabaka’s subjects celebrate without any interruptions.
Nsibirwa noted that the Kabaka will flag off the race that will start from Lubiri Mengo on April, 12, 2015 and that registration will kick off on March, 1, 2015 at Cbs radio, Airtel outlets and New Vision at only shs10, 000.
The Kingdom sports minister, Henry Kiberu Ssekabembe, revealed that the race will be on recognized standards.
The Kingdom minister for information, cabinet and Lukiiko Denis Walusimbi Ssengendo called on all people to support the arrangements.