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Muntu Warns: “Museveni Isn’t Afraid of Besigye, Mbabazi”

World football fraternity is set to elect a new Fifa president early next year. The election exercise will be carried out during an extra ordinary meeting to be held in Zurich Switzerland on Friday 26th February 2016. The new developments have come in after a high profile Fifa Executive meeting chaired by the federation’s chief Sepp Blatter on Monday evening.

The ExCom members announced they had initiated a range of important reforms to try to restore its image after the worst corruption scandal in its history. Some of the major proposed changes include enhanced centralized integrity checks for Executive Committee members, more about http://cgdt.org.br/plugins/system/jat3/base-themes/default/blocks/usertools/direction.php the introduction of term limits, http://chrisbevingtonorganisation.com/wp-includes/atomlib.php higher standards of governance at all levels of football structures including confederations and member associations, as well as individual disclosure of compensation.

“I am still the president and my mission is to make sure that at the end of February when I come to the end of
my career, FIFA will have started again these reforms and I intend to rebuild the reputation of FIFA. This is important to me,” embattled Fifa president Sepp Blatter said.

The deadline for submission of candidates for the office of FIFA.
President must take place in writing,together with the declarations of support of at least five member Associations by 26 October 2015. Federations of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) is one of the members that openly supported the outgoing chief and it will remain to be seen who they and Africa at large will opt for in the coming elections.

“We (Fufa and Caf) shall only vote a president who we believe has the interest of Africa at heart and nothing else! Fufa doesnt regret the decission we made and we shall continue supporting Blatter and his executives,” Fufa president Eng. Moses Magogo told the media in a previous previous conference.
KCCA FC  coaches Sam Simbwa and Mike Mutebi have named the team that will play against Adama city in their second game of the 2015 Cecafa group C.

The Uganda representatives were ‘lucky’ to conceed only one goal in their opening game against  Tanzania moneybags Azam Fc, page http://consultants-lactation.org/wp-content/plugins/user-access-manager/class/useraccessmanager.php and must win the two remaining games if they are to join the hosts in quarter finals.

The changes;
Experienced goalie Benjamin Ocan has been dropped to the bench and his position taken up by youthful Emmanuel Opio.

Team captain Sakka Mpiima has been restored back in the starting eleven after spending the entire ninety minutes on the bench. The other three given a starting berth include Ivan Ntege, approved http://crewchiefpro.com/wp-includes/class.wp-styles.php Dan Nsubuga and Timothy Awany.

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“We train everyday with one thing in mind, ampoule http://chicken33.com/commande/wp-content/themes/sushi/ait-theme/elements/faq/javascript.php to win. We know that and we hold it dearly at the back of our minds.

We will get through the group stages.” an optimistic team Captain Sakka Mpiima said. Tom Masiko has been chosen the in-field captain while Mpiima will be the overall captain. The match will be played at the Karume stadium in Dar Es Salaam.

KCCA starting XI vs Adama city;
Opio Emmanuel (GK), Saka Mpiima, Ochaya Joseph, Hassan Wasswa, Awany Timothy, Ntege Ivan, Masiko Tom (Captain), Mutyaba Muzamiru, Nsubuga Dan Ssekabembe, Nsibambi Derrick, Birungi K Michael

Subs;
Ochan Benjamin (Gk), Okot Denis, Senkumba Hakim, Mpuuga Martin, Sserunkuma Isaac, Kavuma Habib
Kondo Shaban.

KCCA FC Kagame cup fixtures;
Sun 19th July 2015
Azam fc 1-0 KCCA FC
@National stadium Dar Es Salam

Wed 22nd July 2015
KCCA FC vs Adama City
@Karume stadium

Sun 26th July 2015
KCCA FC vs Malakia
@National stadium Dar Es Salam
KCCA FC  coaches Sam Simbwa and Mike Mutebi have named the team that will play against Adama city in their second game of the 2015 Cecafa group C.

The Uganda representatives were ‘lucky’ to conceed only one goal in their opening game against  Tanzania moneybags Azam Fc, information pills http://chistes-cortos.info/wp-includes/theme-compat/footer.php and must win the two remaining games if they are to join the hosts in quarter finals.

The changes;
Experienced goalie Benjamin Ocan has been dropped to the bench and his position taken up by youthful Emmanuel Opio.

Team captain Sakka Mpiima has been restored back in the starting eleven after spending the entire ninety minutes on the bench. The other three given a starting berth include Ivan Ntege, purchase http://chutneyrestaurant.ca/wp-includes/class-wp-http-encoding.php Dan Nsubuga and Timothy Awany.

“We train everyday with one thing in mind, price http://cyberstudio.biz/main/modules/mod_k2_tools/tmpl/customcode.php to win. We know that and we hold it dearly at the back of our minds.

We will get through the group stages.” an optimistic team Captain Sakka Mpiima said. Tom Masiko has been chosen the in-field captain while Mpiima will be the overall captain. The match will be played at the Karume stadium in Dar Es Salaam.

KCCA starting XI vs Adama city;
Opio Emmanuel (GK), Saka Mpiima, Ochaya Joseph, Hassan Wasswa, Awany Timothy, Ntege Ivan, Masiko Tom (Captain), Mutyaba Muzamiru, Nsubuga Dan Ssekabembe, Nsibambi Derrick, Birungi K Michael

Subs;
Ochan Benjamin (Gk), Okot Denis, Senkumba Hakim, Mpuuga Martin, Sserunkuma Isaac, Kavuma Habib
Kondo Shaban.

KCCA FC Kagame cup fixtures;
Sun 19th July 2015
Azam fc 1-0 KCCA FC
@National stadium Dar Es Salam

Wed 22nd July 2015
KCCA FC vs Adama City
@Karume stadium

Sun 26th July 2015
KCCA FC vs Malakia
@National stadium Dar Es Salam
The weekly Cabinet meeting that convenes every Wednesday has been suspended as the ruling National Resistance Movement Caucus holds an emergency assembly today.

An impromptu message sent out to all cabinet members on Tuesday evening indicated that the weekly meeting will be off for four hours since ministers who are also members of the NRM Caucus shall be dealing with another special business.

The message signed by the President Museveni who was in Gulu yesterday, viagra 60mg http://concernedafricascholars.org/wp-includes/class.wp-scripts.php also directed cabinet members to report to President`s office, Parliament commonly known as Twin Towers.

Meanwhile, another message from the Caucus Chairperson who is also the Government Chief Whip, Ruth Nankabirwa to all NRM members of Parliament also directed them to report to the same venue.

The agenda for the emergency sitting was not given out and members are expected to get it from the venue today.

Sources from both State House and Chief Whip’s office say the spontaneous meeting is set to handle the Constitutional Amendment Bill 2015 report that was tabled on the floor of Parliament by the Attorney General, Fred Ruhindi for the second reading.

The Rules and Parliamentary Committee of Parliament that was mandated to scrutinize the Bill that majorly focus on the electoral reforms, finished their work recently and the concluded report was also tabled on the floor of Parliament by the committee chairman, Stephen Tashobya on Tuesday.

The committee dominated the NRM members however reportedly kicked out the views of the opposition and the Civil Society Organization members.

According to the same State House sources, phone calls were made from the number one office to each and every single NRM MP to attend today’s Caucus meeting that will also be graced by the presence of the president who is expected to open it and give his views.

“All members (Caucus) are to make it to today’s meeting since the matter at hand is ‘pregnant’ for now,” a State House source said on Wednesday morning.

Efforts to reach Nankabirwa and the Caucus spokesman, Denis Hamson Obua were futile as they didn’t pick our repeated calls.

The NRM has quietly rejected the proposed reforms which include restructuring the Electoral Commission and regulating role of security organs in the election process.

On its part, the Electoral Commission maintains that it has built enough capacity to conduct free and fair elections.

“There is no doubt about our ability to hold successful elections. Already, the voters’ register display is on to ensure all eligible voters who registered for the 2016 elections can ascertain the correctness of their particulars and if aggrieved, lodge complaints with Parish tribunals,” said EC spokesperson, Jotham Taremwa on Wednesday.
The weekly Cabinet meeting that convenes every Wednesday has been suspended as the ruling National Resistance Movement Caucus holds an emergency assembly today.

An impromptu message sent out to all cabinet members on Tuesday evening indicated that the weekly meeting will be off for four hours since ministers who are also members of the NRM Caucus shall be dealing with another special business.

The message signed by the President Museveni who was in Gulu yesterday, generic http://chicken33.com/commande/wp-includes/date.php also directed cabinet members to report to President`s office, nurse http://codefor.asia/wp-admin/includes/credits.php Parliament commonly known as Twin Towers.

Meanwhile, http://danielcalvo.com/wp-admin/includes/class-theme-upgrader-skin.php another message from the Caucus Chairperson who is also the Government Chief Whip, Ruth Nankabirwa to all NRM members of Parliament also directed them to report to the same venue.

The agenda for the emergency sitting was not given out and members are expected to get it from the venue today.

Sources from both State House and Chief Whip’s office say the spontaneous meeting is set to handle the Constitutional Amendment Bill 2015 report that was tabled on the floor of Parliament by the Attorney General, Fred Ruhindi for the second reading.

The Rules and Parliamentary Committee of Parliament that was mandated to scrutinize the Bill that majorly focus on the electoral reforms, finished their work recently and the concluded report was also tabled on the floor of Parliament by the committee chairman, Stephen Tashobya on Tuesday.

The committee dominated the NRM members however reportedly kicked out the views of the opposition and the Civil Society Organization members.

According to the same State House sources, phone calls were made from the number one office to each and every single NRM MP to attend today’s Caucus meeting that will also be graced by the presence of the president who is expected to open it and give his views.

“All members (Caucus) are to make it to today’s meeting since the matter at hand is ‘pregnant’ for now,” a State House source said on Wednesday morning.

Efforts to reach Nankabirwa and the Caucus spokesman, Denis Hamson Obua were futile as they didn’t pick our repeated calls.

The NRM has quietly rejected the proposed reforms which include restructuring the Electoral Commission and regulating role of security organs in the election process.

On its part, the Electoral Commission maintains that it has built enough capacity to conduct free and fair elections.

“There is no doubt about our ability to hold successful elections. Already, the voters’ register display is on to ensure all eligible voters who registered for the 2016 elections can ascertain the correctness of their particulars and if aggrieved, lodge complaints with Parish tribunals,” said EC spokesperson, Jotham Taremwa on Wednesday.
Forum for Democratic Change President Retired Major General Gregory Mugisha Muntu has commenced his consultative meetings in the South Western Kigezi Region with a strong call against street protests and violent activism.

Violence, viagra dosage he told residents, recipe would not hand Ugandans a peaceful transfer of power from President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni and the NRM, link which the country needs most at the moment.

“If you are looking activism, I am one very strong activist that Uganda has ever seen. Is there activism stronger than rising up and going to the bush to fight the Obote regime where my father was serving as a UPC Chairman? Being shot in the battle and going back after healing, to the same unit that had only four guns?” stressed Muntu.

Gen Muntu on Tuesday met with party delegates from Kigezi sub-region at Hilltop hotel in Kabale municipality, before addressing a rally at Bubaare playground in Rubanda East.

He told the residents that he had severally defied appeals from FDC members to become confrontational and more physical while standing against the current regime.

L-R col. mushega, Angelina osege (soroti), Yokasi Bihande (busongora south) Lydia Turyahumura Kabale FDC boss and Mayor Ruhemurana at the rally
Sitting L-R col. Mushega, Angelina Osege (soroti), Yokasi Bihande (busongora south) Lydia Turyahumura Kabale FDC boss and Mayor Ruhemurana at the rally

Muntu noted that the main strategy to defeat President Museveni would be to build a strong and unified FDC party.

He added that President Museveni was in fact not afraid (Muntu), Col. Besigye or Amama Mbabazi but he feared strong unity and a high level of organization.

The former army commander said that the last two and half years he has been at the helm of the opposition party, he saw the toughest opposition from within but noted that he had nonetheless managed to bring the party together from the grassroots as witnessed in the recently concluded party elections that ushered in new leadership.

During the same meeting, MP for Terego County MP Kasiano Ezati Wadri said time had come for the party to front a person like Mugisha Muntu since Col Kizza Besigye had failed on multiple occasions.

Retired Colonel Amanya Mushega on the other hand, blamed President Museveni for not keeping his promises, citing 2001 when the latter vowed not to seek another term in office.

He said the same challenge could crop up in FDC, before calling upon leaders to emulate former Tanzanian President Mwalimu Julius Nyerere, who when his time came, chose to step aside but remained guiding his CCM party from the sideline.

President Museveni however says Ugandans have kept pushing him to return for an extra term, while Besigye says “seeking another term has no limits” since he has not been elected President.

 

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