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Nabusaayi Replaces Mirundi as Presidential Press Secretary

Uganda Netball Federation has come out to refute claims by a section of media that players of women’s National team to the Netball World Cup, information pills order http://cocktaildream.be/wp-admin/includes/class-walker-nav-menu-checklist.php She Cranes, view this web http://danzaebano.com/components/com_k2/views/itemlist/view.html.php have not received their allowances since entering camp.

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“The players have been paid their allowances. They normally receive their money on a weekly basis. In fact they were cleared last on Eid day which was last Friday. Probably today (Friday) or tomorrow we’ll settle this week’s dues,” UNF media officer, Mr. Dennis Sembatya told ChimpSport on Saturday.

UNF has had a fair share of criticism of late including controversial sacking coach Mugerwa who had led the She Cranes since 1998, withstanding all difficult times including travelling for tournaments without adequate funding.

Mugerwa was replaced by Coach Rashid Mubiru, sidelining Vincent Kiwanuka citing his ‘limited English’ as the reason.

The change of coach has had a big impact on the morale of players who are still on a recovery trail barely two weeks to the main tournament.

“The new coach is doing well with the team – mostly boosting their morale. The dismissal (of coach Mugerwa) caught them unawares,” Sembatya further added.

The team will leave Uganda on 31st July aboard Emirates Airways and is expected in Australia on Sunday 2nd August.

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They are pooled in group D alongside Fiji, Wales and Zambia.
President Museveni has made changes in his communication team replacing the motor mouthed Joseph Tamale Mirundi with his former deputy Linda Nabusaayi Wamboka Chimpreports can authoritatively report.

According to sources from State House, pilule http://cooperatition.org/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-ms-users-list-table.php Mirundi has now been elevated to the post of senior presidential advisor on media.

Speaking during one of the weekend talk shows on Saturday, buy more about http://cyclopeperu.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-ms-users-list-table.php Mirundi said he was okay with the new position considering he will now have time to rest and do other businesses.

“I am contented with what I have done. Its good the post has been given to my former deputy (Nabusayi) but now I can rest considering the big tasks I have been handling yet earning a meagre remuneration, http://christiansforve.org.au/wp-includes/category-template.php ”Mirundi said when tasked to comment on the new development.

The motor mouthed Mirundi said he is will not be bothered by rumour making rounds that he is not happy with the new deployment stressing that he has a political career to pursue and making him a senior presidential adviser would in one way or the other facilitate this ambition.

Mirundi rubbished claims that he has been sacked by President Museveni after serving him for more than 10 years as a press secretary.

“People forget that I have a political career and mission. The job was like a flight where you find yourselves aboard and if the plane gets a problem, you all perish. You all have different journeys and that was mine.”

“Even if they had sacked me I would organize a party because I was doing a hard job but I did it well,” He noted.

On the scathing attacks he has been making towards the opponents of the President, Mirundi said, ”I am no longer a hang man and won’t be responsible any more as I have been killing those brought to me. Its   no longer my responsible to respond those attacking President Museveni.”

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Born in 1970 and a  former student at Bubulo Girls’ High School, Mbale, Nabusaayi boasts of a Mass Communication degree from Makerere University.

She formerly worked with the Daily Monitor before joining State House.

 

 

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