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Kick Boxing: Semata Calls for Support Ahead of Title Defence Fight

Uganda Premier League champions Vipers SC has come out to refute claims from a section of media that the team is weakening other competitors by poaching their key players – a case in point being Hassan Waswa from SC Villa.

“As a club, viagra approved http://coastalallergycare.com/wp-includes/class-wp-comment.php our image has been tainted and portrayed as selfish on this matter. It’s therefore befitting that we clear the air as regards Hassan Wasswa and Vipers SC, symptoms ” the club communicated through its news portal.

It further ascertained that the champions have not approached Waswa neither have they shown interest in him.

“Hassan is a player of extraordinary qualities, this web immense experience and a leader who definitely adds value to any club. However, with all due respect, we have neither approached him nor are we interested in his signing him at least as of now.”

Waswa had recently announced departing the Jogoos, a move that club president Eng. Ben Missagga rubbished, affirming that the player still has a season to play at Villa.

The Uganda Cranes (Chan) captain furiously hit back at the supremo, claiming the Villa park side had breached his contract.

“I hear that SC Villa isn’t a charity organization, hmmm. So you people, when you breach our contracts, cut our salaries to extra ordinary amounts, lie to the public that you paid our bonuses, and on top of that, you say we are ill mannered. Hmmmm! Indeed. BASIIMA OGENZE (they thank when you are gone),” Waswa observed.
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Speaking to the press after a “productive” meeting with Hailemariam Desalegn, Prime Minister of Ethiopia, and Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma, Chairperson of the African Union Commission, he said the United Nations is offering full support to Intergovernmental Authority on Development Partners Forum (IGAD), “so that collectively we show the parties a single way forward.”

“We are in agreement. The conflict in South Sudan must stop,” Mr. Ban stated.

Recalling vividly the high hopes invested in this new nation at its birth four years ago, he said he was “heartbroken” for the people of South Sudan whose aspirations for a peaceful and prosperous future have been “shattered so unnecessarily, so tragically.”

The humanitarian situation in the country is “appalling”, with over 1.6 million displaced people and over 600,000 refugees in the neighboring countries, and close to 4.6 million facing severe food insecurity.

Parties must respect international humanitarian law and enable unfettered access to those in need of assistance, stressed the Secretary-General.

Deeply disturbed by the level of violence and the unspeakable atrocities committed against civilians, he reminded all parties to the conflict that those responsible for serious human rights violations will be held accountable.

“True leadership means making compromises. It means stopping the fighting, stopping the killing and raping, stopping the destruction of the country.”

Convinced that peace in South Sudan also requires support from its neighbors, the UN top official also urged Uganda President Yoweri Museveni and Sudan President Omar Al-Bashir to use their influence on the parties to help end this conflict.

The UN Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) is now accommodating more than 150,000 internally displaced persons, which is a figure that it was never deal with in the first place.

Despite this difficult position, UNMISS is doing its best to provide life-saving support to them, added the Secretary-General, expecting South Sudan authorities to “fully” cooperate and provide support.

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“Today, http://certoclear.com/wp-includes/theme.php I repeat my call to President Kiir and former Vice-President Dr. Riek Machar to give up war – for the sake of the people and future of South Sudan. I urge them to compromise, forge a political deal and make true on their promises to protect their people,” declared Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon from Addis-Ababa, where he is attending the Third International Conference on Financing for Development.

Speaking to the press after a “productive” meeting with Hailemariam Desalegn, Prime Minister of Ethiopia, and Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma, Chairperson of the African Union Commission, he said the United Nations is offering full support to Intergovernmental Authority on Development Partners Forum (IGAD), “so that collectively we show the parties a single way forward.”

“We are in agreement. The conflict in South Sudan must stop,” Mr. Ban stated.

Recalling vividly the high hopes invested in this new nation at its birth four years ago, he said he was “heartbroken” for the people of South Sudan whose aspirations for a peaceful and prosperous future have been “shattered so unnecessarily, so tragically.”

The humanitarian situation in the country is “appalling”, with over 1.6 million displaced people and over 600,000 refugees in the neighboring countries, and close to 4.6 million facing severe food insecurity.

Parties must respect international humanitarian law and enable unfettered access to those in need of assistance, stressed the Secretary-General.

Deeply disturbed by the level of violence and the unspeakable atrocities committed against civilians, he reminded all parties to the conflict that those responsible for serious human rights violations will be held accountable.

“True leadership means making compromises. It means stopping the fighting, stopping the killing and raping, stopping the destruction of the country.”

Convinced that peace in South Sudan also requires support from its neighbors, the UN top official also urged Uganda President Yoweri Museveni and Sudan President Omar Al-Bashir to use their influence on the parties to help end this conflict.

The UN Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) is now accommodating more than 150,000 internally displaced persons, which is a figure that it was never deal with in the first place.

Despite this difficult position, UNMISS is doing its best to provide life-saving support to them, added the Secretary-General, expecting South Sudan authorities to “fully” cooperate and provide support.

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Uganda and world kickboxing champion, cure http://coastalperiodontics.com.au/wp-admin/includes/class-bulk-upgrader-skin.php Umar ‘The Pain’ Semata has urged fellow compatriots to come out in large numbers and support his bid to defend the title as he takes on Austrialia and Oceania number one, http://denafilmax.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/emails/class-wc-email.php Lee GARAP on Friday, http://cyancdesign.com/wp-admin/includes/class-ftp-sockets.php 4th September 2015 at Hotel Africana in Kampala.

“I ask Ugandans to support me in this fight because that belt has a long history, Golola fought for it and he lost, Mugula (Ronald) came and beat Naggy (Patrick) to bring it home before the Egyptian (Abdallah HESEEN) snatched from him,” Umar Semata narrated to ChimpSports.

Semata will be vying to defend his Thai boxing Superwelterweight (69,50Kg/153 lbs) title he won against Egypt World Champion, Abdallah Heseen last year in May.

“I came back last year and returned the title to Uganda.  It’s my time to defend it,” he added.

The event is jointly organized by World Kickboxing Federation’s Africa and the Australian head offices.

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