Uganda Cranes Striker, link dosage http://conversionxl.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-theme-install-list-table.php Robert Ssentongo’s continued with his impressive form netting trice for tax collectors URA FC as they thumped Entebbe F.C 5nil at Mehta Stadium on Friday evening.
The former St. George striker opened the score sheet in the 35th minute before midfielder Patrick Ochan pulled the second a few minutes later.
In the second half, recipe http://costpricesupplements.com.au/wp-content/themes/twentytwelve/page-templates/full-width.php the 28 year old marksman scored twice while Miloc Illic scored the other to give Alex Isabirye’s men all the 3 points and as they recorded a second successive win after beating Sc Victoria University 3 days back..
Elsewhere, http://codigoweb.co/wp-includes/class-wp-ajax-response.php Vipers closed onto the table leaders, SC Villa following their 2 -1 victory at Buikwe over Kira Young.
Saddam Ibrahim Juma and Mike Mutyaba scored for Vipers while Bright Haguma saw the net for the visitors.
At Wankulukuku stadium, Express needed an 87th Emmanuel Kalyowa minute goal to grab 3 points from SC Victoria University who recorded their second successive loss in the Ugandan Premier League.
At Lugogo Stadium, Brian Umony led the league champions to a win after netting in the 80th minute as they brought to an end Bright Stars’ unbeaten run this season.
In Mityana,Jinja based side, Sadolin FC held the home team Rwenshama FC to a draw after both teams scored once in the enemy’s goal.
Paul Kisige scored in the 89th minute for Sadolin whereas Yunus Kasozi was on the mark for Rwenshama.
Uganda Premier League Results
URA 5 – 0 Entebbe F.C (Mehta Stadium)
Express 1 – 0 SCVU (Wankulukuku)
KCC 1 – 0 Bright Stars (Lugogo)
Rwenshama 1 – 1 Sadolin (Mityana)
Vipers 2 – 1 Kira Young (Buikwe)
President Museveni and First Lady Janet Museveni have Saturday left for Rome, hospital http://clicknbuy.tk/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-theme-install-list-table.php Italy, information pills on a four-day working visit where they will meet Pope Francis.
The President’s Special communications Assistant, this site Sarah Kagingo, said “President Museveni will tour a number of Catholic historical places including a Church built in recognition of Uganda Catholic Martyrs.”
ChimpReports understands that Museveni will meet and welcome Pope Francis to Uganda next year.
The head of the global Catholic Church is expected in Uganda next June for the Uganda Martyrs’ celebrations.
Government recently intensified preparations for the renovation of Namugongo Martyrs Shrine located near Kampala City into a worship and tourism site of global repute.
A Cabinet Sub-Committee was this year constituted to explore and review the aspects that require refurbishment, and guide the technical teams to ensure that the facilities and infrastructure are appropriately improved.
The Committee has been tasked by Cabinet to review the current status of the Shrine, explore options for re-development and make recommendations to pave way for upgrading Namugongo Martyrs Shrine into a world class tourist site.
The Cabinet sub-committee comprises Ministers Tarsis Kabwegyere, Maria Mutagamba, Eng Abraham Byandala, Daudi Migereko, Irene Muloni, Dr Ruhakana Rugunda, Maria Kiwanuka, Kisamba Mugerwa and Gen Aronda Nyakairima.
The pope was expected in Uganda this year only to cancel his trip over unknown reasons.
It is thought President Museveni’s enactment of the law against minorities was the main reason why Francis snubbed the invitation to Uganda.
The Pope is known for preaching tolerance and has repeatedly said he is no position to “judge” sexual minorities.
The recent annulment of the anti-gay law by Uganda’s Constitutional Court has since paved the way for Francis’ visit to Uganda.
President Museveni last month unveiled the foundation stone and launched the fundraising drive for the Uganda Martyrs’ Museum that is expected to cost Shs.36 billion.
The Museum project which is expected to be complete in a period of 4 years will have 49 pillars depicting the number of Martyrs who were killed at Namugongo, a recreation centre, Police post, staff house, packing yard and a perimeter wall for security.