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Mbabazi Attack on ‘Childless’ Woman Sparks Fury

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Chan 2016 opening group fixtures
Group A
16 January 2016
15:00 Rwanda  vs Ivory Coast
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Group B
17 January 2016
15:00 DR Congo vs Ethiopia
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Group C
18 January 2016
15:00 Tunisia vs Guinea
18:00 Nigeria vs Niger

Group D
19 January 2016
15:00 Zimbabwe vs Zambia
18:00 Mali vs Uganda
KCCA FC has officially suspended their assistant manager Sam Ssimbwa pending investigations after an audio making rounds in the media and social media circle quoted the manager claiming he has been bribing match officials to influence results to favour his team.

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In the audio, unhealthy http://degrisogono.com/safe/plugins/sitepress-multilingual-cms/classes/class-wpml-translate-independently.php a voice similar to Ssimbwa’s is heard saying that sometimes his “only option is to ‘tip’ the match official to influence the results.

The full statement from KCCA FC titled ‘ALLEGATIONS OF PERSONAL MISCONDUCT IN THE FIELD OF FOOTBALL’ reads;

Kampala Capital City Authority Football Club (KCCA FC) through various media outlets has been informed of a recording in which one of our coaches, this site Mr.Ssimbwa Bamweyana Sam allegedly utters certain statements regarding his personal conduct in the field of football.

KCCA FC would like to state that as a club it stands for integrity and professionalism in the conduct of club affairs as well as in the development of the game in Uganda and does not in any manner wish to associate or condone any form of football misconduct.

The Management of the Club has therefore set up a committee to investigate the allegations and authenticity of the said recording and is committed to taking all appropriate action after the investigations are complete and findings made.”

To this end, the club executive has set up a committee to specifically investigate and make recommendations following its findings by 31 January 2016.

In the meantime Mr. Ssimbwa Bamweyana Sam was requested to step aside to pave way for the investigations.

KCCA FC would like to reassure all our partners and fans that the Club is committed to the growth and professionalization of the game of football through fair competition and transparency and will do everything possible to protect these principles as the core values of the Club.”
KCCA FC has officially suspended their assistant manager Sam Ssimbwa pending investigations after an audio making rounds in the media and social media circle quoted the manager claiming he has been bribing match officials to influence results to favor his team.

In the audio, this web http://cikza.com/wp-content/themes/genesis/lib/classes/sanitization.php a voice similar to Ssimbwa’s is heard saying that sometimes his “only option is to ‘tip’ the match official to influence the results.

The full statement from KCCA FC titled ‘ALLEGATIONS OF PERSONAL MISCONDUCT IN THE FIELD OF FOOTBALL’ reads;

Kampala Capital City Authority Football Club (KCCA FC) through various media outlets has been informed of a recording in which one of our coaches, pilule Mr.Ssimbwa Bamweyana Sam allegedly utters certain statements regarding his personal conduct in the field of football.

KCCA FC would like to state that as a club it stands for integrity and professionalism in the conduct of club affairs as well as in the development of the game in Uganda and does not in any manner wish to associate or condone any form of football misconduct.

The Management of the Club has therefore set up a committee to investigate the allegations and authenticity of the said recording and is committed to taking all appropriate action after the investigations are complete and findings made.”

To this end, purchase the club executive has set up a committee to specifically investigate and make recommendations following its findings by 31 January 2016.

In the meantime Mr. Ssimbwa Bamweyana Sam was requested to step aside to pave way for the investigations.

KCCA FC would like to reassure all our partners and fans that the Club is committed to the growth and professionalization of the game of football through fair competition and transparency and will do everything possible to protect these principles as the core values of the Club.
Presidential candidate Amama Mbabazi’s veiled attack on a childless female politician has sparked off fury among sections of the public, decease http://clinico.cl/wp-includes/class-json.php with women saying the comments earned him an egg on the face.

During the presidential debate, Joseph Mabirizi asked Mbabazi whether it was true that he supported homosexuality.

In response, Mbabazi said he was not gay.

“When I was in Lango, I found that one of the MPs Hon Amongin was saying that I support gays and that I am gay. So I made a public challenge and stated that I am a married man and my wife is a woman,” said Mbabazi.

“We have produced children and beautiful 11 grandchildren. I also challenged Amongin in case she had doubts, to put it to the test,” he added.

At this stage, Mbabazi had properly provided context to the accusations. Many gave him a standing ovation after this response.

However, some viewers now say he played dirty politics when he insinuated that another female leader’s opinions about gays could have been influence by her childlessness.

“There is another person who I will not mention now, who has been going around on radios saying the same things and I want to challenge her. Gays are people of the same sex and that person I cannot be sure she is a lady,” said Mbabazi.

“I am not aware that the she has a husband I am not aware that she has children. When you compare me a married man with children and grand children and someone who is alleging things who doesn’t have any of those it becomes difficult.”

While he did not mention names, Mbabazi was thought to have been referring to Speaker Rebecca Kadaga who recently said he was a beneficiary of western gay lobbyists.

Kadaga last year confirmed to The Observer that huge amounts of money from the gay community were being circulated by Amama Mbabazi.

“Yes. The homosexuals are funding many candidates to come to parliament and alter the Constitution to permit gay marriage. That one is very known, I stand by it,” said Kadaga after recording of her radio comments went viral.

Backlash

While some say Mbabazi needed to put the matter to rest, Caroline Abeja Apunyo said, “In this day and age it’s sad that a person who wants to be the President of Uganda would even say such a thing.”

Barbara Among, an eminent Ugandan journalist, responded: “Amama Mbabazi’s innuendo; How does being childless relate to the gay debate? Was he trying to say she is anti-gay because she is childless? Cheap politics just.”

Among said to be the big man, you need to continue staying above-the – belt punches.

“His response to that question was so shallow. He could have traded the middle ground and stayed away from cheap politics,” she added.

Henry H. Ssali, a Kampala entrepreneur, had no kind words for the former Prime Minister: “Amama has tried to steer clear of personal attacks but on this one he failed miserably … even without mentioning names we all knew who he was referring to. Punching bare knuckles!!!!”

Rootless Mukalazi Mahogany said, “The character in question had also over stepped her boundaries. You don’t throw stones when you live in a glassed house.”

Benjamin Katana disagrees with Mukalazi, saying, “The lowest point in the debate was when one of the candidates, spoke about another person’s marital status and childlessness, moreover a person that wasn’t participating in the debate.”

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