Minister Bahati Roots for Intermarriages

The indomitable lions of Cameroon brushed aside a hard fighting Angola 1-0 in the second group B game in the ongoing Africa Nations Championships taking place in Butare, ailment approved Rwanda.

Coton Sport striker Yazid Atouba struck the lone goal after 23 minutes with a well curved free kick from the edge of the box.

The tricky paced forward had earlier been fouled.

Angola retaliated with several attacks especially in the second half led by Duarte.

The attacker came close five minutes after the break when he unleashed a good low shot at goal which nearly pulled Angola back into the equation but Nyame was on point to cover.

Cameroon was dealt a blow to their defence in the 65th minute after Malian referee Mahamadou Keita sent off key defender Jonathan Ngwem for a dangerous challenge.

Cameroun coach Mpile made a quick substitution bringing in Carlan Manga and Serge Atangana while resting goal scorer Yazid Atouba.

The Indomitable lions are joint top of group B with DR Congo both in three points but are only separated by goal difference.


They play the Walia Ibex of Ethiopia on Thursday 21, same day Angola will face high flying DR Congo.
The State Minister of Finance for Planning Hon. David Bahati has encouraged Ugandans to practice intermarriages in order to foster cooperation and unity in the country.

Bahati who is also the Ndorwa West member of parliament made the call yesterday while speaking at the giveaway ceremony of Hilda Turyakuhaki held at St. Banabus Karujanga secondary school in Rubaya  sub county Kabale district.

The former Ethics and Integrity Minister said that intermarriages would ensure that people are socially incorporated and united, medications which every country needs for stability and the resultant social economic development.

To foster this practice, doctor Minister Bahati appealed to parents and guardians to encourage their children to socialize by sending them to study in the various parts of the country where they can forge friendships with people with different backgrounds.

He also prescribed intermarriages to fight the discrimination which he said is a major challenge in the Kigezi region.


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