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Tunisia face being banned from the next Africa Cup of Nations after refusing to apologise for accusing the Confederation of African Football (Caf) of cheating according to BBC.

They made the allegations after conceding a controversial stoppage-time penalty in a 2-1 defeat by Equatorial Guinea in the quarter-finals.

The game’s referee has been banned for six months for “poor performance”.

Tunisia had until Thursday to say sorry or face a ban from the 2017 edition.

After a meeting on Wednesday, capsule http://cyberneuro.com/components/com_k2/views/latest/tmpl/latest_item.php the Tunisian FA refused to apologise with a spokesman saying the team had “suffered scandalous injustice from referees”.

Caf, stomach http://chancellorinsja.com/wp-admin/includes/deprecated.php which fined Tunisia after players confronted referee Rajindraparsad Seechurn after the final whistle, had wanted the 2004 champions to apologise for “insinuations of bias and lack of ethics against Caf and its officials, or to present irrefutable evidence to substantiate the accusations”.

African football’s governing body said it had been sent two letters by the Tunisian FA after the match, with the second asking for an investigation and suggesting Caf and its officials “were questionable and biased against Tunisia in general”.

Caf fined Tunisia $50,000 (£33,000) for what it termed “the aggressive attitude of some supporters in the stands, invasion of the pitch after the final whistle by players and substitutes of the Tunisian team – insulting the referee of the match and trying to physically assault him – and the regrettable behaviour of the president of the Tunisian Football Federation, Wadie Jary”.

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The Tunisian federation was also ordered to pay for damages after their players broke a changing-room door and a fridge.

The ugly scenes came after Mauritian referee Seechurn had awarded the penalty in stoppage time when Ali Maaloul was harshly ruled to have fouled Ivan Bolado when Tunisia were leading 1-0 and, after equalising from the spot through Javier Balboa, hosts Equatorial Guinea went on to win in extra time.

Equatorial Guinea face Ghana on Thursday for a place in Sunday’s final against Ivory Coast.

Qualifying for the 2017 tournament starts in June.
A political rally by Opposition Forum for Democratic Change turned dramatic yesterday as a senior Statehouse aide crossed from the ruling NRM to the opposition Party.

Mr Mohammed Bahati Kabahena, story http://certifiedinspectorsgroup.com/wp-includes/ms-blogs.php former officer in the Internal Security Organistion [ISO] handed in his party cards and was ushered to the leading opposition party by President Maj Gen Mugisha Muntu.

Muntu is in the Kigezi region to drum support for his party as well as making preparations for FDC primaries in the region ahead of the 2016 general elections.

Bahati welcomed by President Mugisha Muntu as FDC Kabale Chairperson Lydia Turyahumura watches
Bahati welcomed by President Mugisha Muntu as FDC Kabale Chairperson Lydia Turyahumura watches

The Former ISO boss confessed before the crowd at Kabale municipal stadium that he had been among the ruling party machinery that robbed votes for President Yoweri Museveni.

He said he had grown tried to cheating for the ruling party and asked the NRM chairman to retire from national politics.

At the event, this another NRM Veteran leader in Kabale named Bosco Twinomujuni also tendered in his party card and crossed to the FDC.

Bahati told the crowd he stole votes for the ruling party
Bahati told the crowd he stole votes for the ruling party

FDC President Mugisha Muntu spoke furiously against President Museveni, more about over his recent remarks in the same district, where he referred to Ugandan opposition parties as wolves, and later on that he owned the UPDF all Uganda’s money.

The former NRA commander General Muntu said that they had not been to the bush to fight for a single person, adding that Museveni had distorted the entire mission of the liberation force.

“It’s a shame and total shame for someone to pronounce that the army belongs to him after all the blood that was shed. Some of the comrades never returned from the war and there you have someone loosely decreeing that the army belongs to him” stated an irate Muntu.

“He named us wolves but surely Ugandans know the real wolves that have been looting and plundering their nation.”

Major General Muntu is traversing of Kigezi a few weeks after President Museveni left the region. Today Thursday he is in Kanungu and tomorrow he heads to Rukungiri.

Muntu addresses the crowd
Muntu addresses the crowd

He was accompanied by the Rukungiri municipality MP Roland Kaginda Mugume, the Kabale FDC boss Lydia Turyahumura , Sentaro  Byamugisha  among others.

However, the FDC former treasurer and Rukiga MP Hon Jack Sabiiti and Dr Pius Ruhemurana the mayor Kabale municipality were not seen at the ground.

 
A political rally by Opposition Forum for Democratic Change turned dramatic yesterday as a senior Statehouse aide crossed from the ruling NRM to the opposition Party.

Mr Mohammed Bahati Kabahena, mind http://danceexchange.org/wp-includes/post-formats.php former officer in the Internal Security Organistion [ISO] handed in his party cards and was ushered to the leading opposition party by President Maj Gen Mugisha Muntu.

Muntu is in the Kigezi region to drum support for his party as well as making preparations for FDC primaries in the region ahead of the 2016 general elections.

Bahati welcomed by President Mugisha Muntu as FDC Kabale Chairperson Lydia Turyahumura watches
Bahati welcomed by President Mugisha Muntu as FDC Kabale Chairperson Lydia Turyahumura watches

The Former ISO boss confessed before the crowd at Kabale municipal stadium that he had been among the ruling party machinery that robbed votes for President Yoweri Museveni.

He said he had grown tried to cheating for the ruling party and asked the NRM chairman to retire from national politics.

At the event, viagra buy another NRM Veteran leader in Kabale named Bosco Twinomujuni also tendered in his party card and crossed to the FDC.

Bahati told the crowd he stole votes for the ruling party
Bahati told the crowd he stole votes for the ruling party

FDC President Mugisha Muntu spoke furiously against President Museveni, cheap over his recent remarks in the same district, where he referred to Ugandan opposition parties as wolves, and later on that he owned the UPDF all Uganda’s money.

The former NRA commander General Muntu said that they had not been to the bush to fight for a single person, adding that Museveni had distorted the entire mission of the liberation force.

“It’s a shame and total shame for someone to pronounce that the army belongs to him after all the blood that was shed. Some of the comrades never returned from the war and there you have someone loosely decreeing that the army belongs to him” stated an irate Muntu.

“He named us wolves but surely Ugandans know the real wolves that have been looting and plundering their nation.”

Major General Muntu is traversing of Kigezi a few weeks after President Museveni left the region. Today Thursday he is in Kanungu and tomorrow he heads to Rukungiri.

Muntu addresses the crowd
Muntu addresses the crowd

He was accompanied by the Rukungiri municipality MP Roland Kaginda Mugume, the Kabale FDC boss Lydia Turyahumura , Sentaro  Byamugisha  among others.

However, the FDC former treasurer and Rukiga MP Hon Jack Sabiiti and Dr Pius Ruhemurana the mayor Kabale municipality were not seen at the ground.

 
Just days after the launch of the National Aviation Master Plan 2034, salve http://crossfitabf.com/wp-content/plugins/w3-total-cache/extensions/feedburner.php government through the ministry of Finance, http://clothesthatwork.org/wp-content/plugins/the-events-calendar/src/admin-views/organizer-meta-box.php Planning and Economic Development has received a grant worth US $ 9, http://challengemetennis.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/sync/interface.jetpack-sync-replicastore.php 500,000 from the government of South Korea through Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA).

The memorandum of understanding has been signed by Keith Muhakanizi the permanent Secretary Ministry of Finance and KOICA Resident representative Kang Younhwa at the ministry’s headquarters in Kampala.

The grant is aimed at modernization and automation of Entebbe International Airport Project.

Speaking to the press after the signing ceremony, Muhakanizi revealed that the project seeks to improve the efficiency of aviation operations.

“This will be done by modernizing and automating of the facilities at Entebbe International Airport to enhance passenger convenience by improving facilities and sharing technology and operational knowhow through training and the expert dispatch program,” Muhakanizi noted.

Muhakanizi added that the implementation of the project will be done by Civil Aviation Authority under the Ministry of Works and Transport and will augment the government’s NDP strategy of increasing stock and improving quality of public infrastructure which includes air transport management.

“In addition to providing the software, the Republic of Korea will also grant technical assistance in form of experts who will assist to train the Ugandan Aviation team and hands on through exchange visits.”

This project is one of the four that the Korean government has committed to finance in four years including; the fruit factory under establishment in Teso sub region worth US $ 6.5m, Farmers’ school in Kampiringisa worth US$ 3.5m and a vocational training institute in Uganda worth US$ 4.5M.

The project will be implemented within a period of three years from 2015 to 2018.

 

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