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Mbabazi Leaves for Mbale; Besigye Besieged

South African giants Kaizer Chiefs have landed a Ugandan winger Sula Matovu on a 3 year deal Chimp Sport has learnt.

The 23 year old was previously playing for BK Häcken which is currently 7th on the Swedish top flight Allsvenskan table.

“We would like to confirm the signing of Ugandan winger Sula Matovu on a three year deal. Matovu has played for St George in Ethiopia before moving to Erbil in Iraq. He was most recently with Swedish side BK Häcken. Let us welcome him into the Amakhosi Family, salve http://crazytour.am/wp-includes/default-constants.php ” announced Kaizer Chiefs on their website.

Matovu started his playing career while still in school before joining Proline FC soccer academy in 2007. While at the academy he showed remarkable ability and great performance and joined Nalubaale in the Uganda Super League.

After one season he joined Proline FC where he scored regularly in Uganda Super League due to his great technique, burst of speed as he takes off opponents, accurate shooting and ball crossing, good and close ball control, dribbling and passing as well as nice displays in soccer matches enticed the Uganda national football team coach Bobby Williamson who called him for Uganda national football team.

He has also featured for U20 Uganda national football team and U23 Uganda national football team.
Embattled former Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi has Thursday left his home in the uptown Kololo suburb for a meeting with his supporters in the Eastern town of Mbale.

The consultative meetings are in preparation for his nomination as the ruling NRM party flag bearer for the coming 2016 presidential elections.

Police however, capsule http://cphpost.dk/wp-admin/includes/schema.php are insistent that Mr Mbabazi’s meetings are illegal, viagra http://cmccommoditytransport.com/wp-admin/includes/plugin.php because he has not been authorized by his party to present himself as an NRM presidential hopeful.

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The force yesterday warned that the meetings in Mbale and elsewhere around the country would not be permitted and urged the public to ignore them.

Mbabazi and his lawyers however, http://copdx.org.au/wp-includes/version.php hold that the meetings are constitutionally provided for under the Presidential Elections Act and don’t require his party’s endorsement.

Mbabazi, at around 7:30 am on Thursday, left his house and hit the road to the east. He was not interrupted by police or any security operatives as had been anticipated. Our Corp Nixon Segawa says there was no trace of police officers by the time Mbabazi’s Land Cruiser Reg No UG 0534Z rolled out of the gate.
By the time of publication Mbabazi was leaving Mukono town.

In Mbale, police has heavily deployed to counter his meeting. Several hundred supporters of President Museveni are also on standby to foil this mission.

Meanwhile, reports from Kasangati, indicate that FDC fouth time presidential hopeful Col Kizza Besigye’s home has been surrounded by anti-riot police officers.

There are indications that he is under house arrest although police was yet to conform.

Besigye was slated to start his campaign rallies at to seek support as the Fdc flag bearer at Kasangati saza playgroud 11 am, and Kawempe- growers 3pm.

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