Kutesa Resumes Business at Foreign Affairs

Thirteen goals scored were scored, doctor  seven wins registered in the games lined up to usher in the much awaited 2015/16 season of the Fufa Big league season despite extreme weather conditions experienced in parts of the city.

Coach Makumbi made his debut appearance on Jinja SS bench with a hard fought 0-1 away win to Kireka United despite heavy rains temporarily halting the game after 13 minutes at Namboole. Livingstone Mulondo got the priceless winner in the 8th minute.

Former Arua lions boy Muraji Ayiki announced his arrival to Paidha Angels with a nice brace carrying the team above Ndejje University in a thrilling 2-1 squeaker hosted in Bar Okoro.

Former top tier outfits Proline, abortion Entebbe Fc and Masaka Lc registered mixed results with the former falling 2-0 to newcomers Masavu Fc while Edrisa Bulega’s double helped Proline to overcome Citizen Fc.

In Bugonga, Entebbe Fc commenced their trip back to UPL defeating newcomers Suncity by a solitary goal courtesy of Hassan Abdul.

In the other games, Farid  received a rude welcome to the tier with a 1-0 loss to experienced Synergy Fc at home in Wakiso. The game was earlier delayed due to torrential rains.

In Wankulukuku, two goals from Adnan Ssekandi and Moses Okada were enough for Hope Doves to see off Wandegeya fc.

Full Results


Rwenzori group:
Kireka United 0-1 Kirinnya Jinja ~Namboole

Hope Doves 2-1 Wandegeya-Wankulukuku

Masaka Local Council 0-2 Masavu F.C – Masaka
Recreational Stadium

Wakiso Utd 0-1 Synergy – Wakiso Play ground

Entebbe F.C 1-0 Sun City –Bugonga Stadium

Proline 2-0 Citizen – Nakivubo Stadium

Elgon group:
Paidha Black Angels 2-1 Ndejje Univ – Bar Okoro
Minister of Foreign Affairs and outgoing president of the 69th UN General Assembly Hon. Sam Kutesa has described his tenure at the UN as largely beneficial to Uganda and that the country’s name will remain engrained in UN’s history.

Kutesa said he was privileged to have served in that position and a session whose impact was largely on developing countries.

He made these remarks while addressing a press conference on Thursday, website a day after he returned from the US to concentrate on his national job as the Foreign Affairs Minister.

“I am glad that the Post 2015 development agenda was recently adopted whose agenda has social, website economic and environmental dimensions. This is an important development for Uganda towards socio-economic transformation” said Kutesa.

He emphasized the importance of domesticating the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) which he said are already being integrated in Uganda’s development plan and Vision 2040.

“Ending hunger, generic eradicating poverty, provision of quality health and education touch every country, Uganda inclusive. The UN has adopted a financing agenda which will benefit least developed countries.”

These countries he said will be allocated 15 percent of the Official Development Assistance (ODA). Part of the agenda’s decisions is to enhance domestic revenue and addressing tax evasion, illicit financial flows and corruption.

Kutesa who was elected President of the United Nations General Assembly’s 69th session on 11 June 2014 was in June this year succeeded by, Mogens Lykketoft former Speaker of the Danish parliament.

In addition to development issues, Kutesa’s has pushed the agenda of combating climate change. He said this is important since the globe is under threat of calamities such as; drought, hunger, tsunamis while some island countries are likely to cease existing.

“I could not end the presidency without promoting my country. On September 9 – 11, I hosted a three day tourism exhibition at UN under the theme ‘Uganda: The Pearl'” said Kutesa.

Much as there are achievements to celebrate, Kutesa indicated that among his unfinished business was reforming the UN Security Council. “The security council only has 5 permanent members yet a large continent like Africaon and S.America are not represented” he mentioned.

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