Uganda Thumps Kenya 7-6 in Beach Soccer

SC Victoria University captain Martin Mpuuga has refused to rule out a move away from the club at the end of the season, sick search despite having a long term contract and wage issues with his bosses.

When asked about his future by ChimpSport, this Mpuuga: “I want to stay or I would not have kept here in the January transfer season after everyone left. But we never know in the world of football. Will how SCVU end the season determine my future? I do not know, we’ll see.’

Savio Kabugo, Benjamin Ochan, Isaac Muleme, Beneard Agele, Dennis Guma and Murushid Jjuko who all played with Mpuga in the SCVU defense all left the club in January.

Mpuuga and former club owner Serbian Simo Dubajic had a spat after training on Friday.

Kampala Central Member of Parliament Muhammad Nsereko has since taken over as owner after buying majority shares in the Uganda Premier League (UPL) outfit. Nsereko is now officially the new club chairman and managing director replacing.

The Uganda Cup winners uneasily sit 12th on a sixteen team log and as they wait for the second round to resumes this month.
The Retired army Officer and Member of Parliament representing Nyabushozi County in Kiruhura Col. Fred Mwesigye has warned forest encroachers in the Western region against cutting trees. And he identified encroachers on the Nshaara forest reserve in Kiruhura district, viagra sale as the biggest culprits.

Mwesigye cautioned the encroachers against constructing permanent houses and schools on forest land. He said many of the illegal occupants of forest land claimed to have the backing of Government big officials which is often not the case.

Mwesigye told the Kiruhura district leaders on Friday in a Budget Conference held at Kashwa Archdeaconry compassion Hall in Kiruhura Town council that time had come for national laws to be applied without fear and that politics would be put aside.


“I ask you now to take this massage of warning to those who have been degrading the environment with impunity that once caught as a culprit; there will be no appeal, seek rather all issues will be settled in
accordance with the prevailing laws”.

Mwesigye together with Gen. Elly Tumwine are running a project named Go Green whose patron is Speaker Rebecca Kadaga, that’s geared toward nationwide environmental conservation enforcement.

Chaired by Kiruhura Youth Chairperson Edwin Muhumuza, Go Green is poised to reach all parts of the country, and has President Yoweri Museveni’s full backing according to Mwesigye.

At the conference, Col Mwesigye went ahead to warn thugs who go stealing district solar panels installed at the health centres that these too would face long jail sentences once netted.

Some of The District Officials who attended were the District CAO Mario Pamela, The NAADS army officer Lft.Col. Greep Mugisha, The deputy RDC Lauben Katemba, The District Chairman LC5 Rev.Samuel
Katugunda and others.
Uganda Sand Cranes posted an impressive 7-6 beach soccer friendly victory against their Kenyan counterparts on Sunday at Pirates Resort Beach Resort in Mombasa.

Uganda’s national beach soccer team had beaten hosts Zanzibar 5-4 in their first international game in December 2014.

Goals by Somoka Roch(4), buy Kalyoowa Emmanuel(2) and Lwezawula Philip were enough to see Uganda Sand Cranes beat Kenya’s Harambe Sand Stars who like Uganda are in preparation for the Africa Beach Soccer Championship qualification in a fortnight.

The team that travels back to Kampala today will face Cameroon in Younde with the tournament due April next year in Seychelles and the national senior men’s team will attempt to qualify for the Fifa Beach Soccer World Cup according to Uganda Beach Soccer Association (UBSA) chairman Deo Mutabazi.

In Seychelles, the Sand Cranes will take on some of Africa’s top beach soccer teams like Senegal, Nigeria and Cameroon in a bid to make the World Cup.

The best two African teams will travel for the World Cup due July 2015 in Portugal.

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