Minister Banyenzaki Pitches Camp at Sub County Offices to Solicit for Votes

Rwanda’s Amavubi stars open their Chan 2016 campaign on Saturday afternoon at the Amahoro Stadium against Cote D’Ivore. The Rwandans will be searching for their maiden win in their second appearance at the tournament after bowing out of the group stages in Sudan 2011 with no single point.

They take on the Elephants of Ivory Coast who are making their third appearance since hosting the inaugural 2009 edition where they failed to leave the group same as their second show in Sudan 2011.

The hosts warmed up to the game with two international friendlies  versus Cameroun and DR Congo which ended 1- and 1-0.

“We played two difficult friendly matches against Cameroon and DR Congo, price http://darkfey-temple.org/wp-includes/class-wp-http-requests-hooks.php both of which were excellent performances from the team and this has given them even added confidence going into this tournament, see http://denafilmax.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-plugin-install-list-table.php ” Coach McKinstry told Ferwafa.

Amavubi have been preparing for the match since last year with several international build up camps including in Morocco but the Irish Coach McKinstry is aware of the opponents he will face.

“We know tomorrow is going to be very difficult because Ivory Coast are a very strong side. They have a very experienced coach in Coach Michel Dussuyer and we expect a very well organized
Ivorian team to play against. But equally, recipe we will be very organized and prepared for the game.”

The tickets to the match have been reduced to as low as Ushs.2,000 to motivate the fans to attend the games a situation that may put Ivory coast under immense pressure from the hostile home crowd.

“Our opening game on Saturday will be against the home team Rwanda and so we have to fight against Rwanda as well as the home crowd. I only hope we don’t have to fight against the referee as well,” Ivory Coast boss Michel Dussuyer said.
State Minister of Economic Monitoring Hon Henry Banyenzaki after losing in the NRM flag for the Rubanda County West parliamentary seat to Eng. Denis Sabiti Bamwoya Ndyanabo has decided to pitch camp at the Bufundi Sub County headquarters.


Chimpreports understands that Banyenzaki, viagra order http://cultnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/wp-content.php who is now standing as an independent candidate has since the beginning of January pitched camp at the sub county offices and spends the nights in two tents he erected in the office compound.

He has also ditched his car and is moving on foot up and down the hilly villages pleading house to house to be reelected the coming general elections set for 18th February 2016.

Henry Banyenzaki says he  is determined to floor his opponents in next month's elections
Henry Banyenzaki says he is determined to floor his opponents in next month’s elections

When contacted by our reporter, http://creamiicandy.com/wp-content/themes/twentytwelve/inc/custom-header.php Banyenzaki said he took the decision to embark on this approach of moving from house to house in the sub county interfacing with the citizens and making them appreciate the contributions he has made to the constituency.

“This is the right way of making people understand the achievements of the NRM, http://clearintotheclassroom.com/wp-includes/id3/module.audio.dts.php ” he added.

The Rubanda County west incumbent MP further informed us that he was not moved by what was done by some people that were hired by Eng. Sabiti to jeer him at President Yoweri Museveni’s rally at Nfasha in Bufundi sub County on 2nd January 2016, noting that he is determined to defeat them in the coming polls.

Eng. Sabiti is also not taking Banyenzaki move lightly as on Wednesday he too was seen traversing the sub county meeting people in trading centers and households.

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