Lutheran Church Breaks Ground for New School in Bong Co.

first_imgThe Lutheran Church in Liberia (LCL), in collaboration with its foreign partners, over the weekend broke grounds for the construction of what is to be the first-ever multi-million dollars “modernize state-of-the arts” vocational school in the country.If constructed, the school will introduce lessons in masonry, carpentry, plumbing, general electric, auto and general mechanics, etc. These courses would be taught along with several other academic lessons including the ones in environmental science, agriculture, among others.  The school will also provide a safe, nurturing educational environment, including classrooms, residences for students and staff, athletic fields, chapel, and medical clinic to serve the communities surrounding Gbarnga, Bong County’s capital city.Through that, the Lutherans will be addressing needs such as clean water, sanitation, electricity, hygiene, nutrition and other inequities of poverty, where the church has over the years strived to minimize barriers to a child’s education.The ceremony was held on the church’s recently acquired 15 acres of land in the Deansville Community, near Gbarnga, over the weekend. It was led by the entire choristers of the St. Mark Lutheran, several clergies, among them, bishops D. Jensen Seyenkulo-Liberia, Tim Yeadon-New England District, and Reverend Leon W. Schultz-who, along with Mr. Nyekeh Forkpa represented the Gbarnga Lutheran Mission Project from Elmwood Avenue, Providence, Rhode Island, USA.  In an exclusive interview with the Daily Observer following the ground-breaking ceremony, Lutheran Bishop, D. Jensen Seyenkulo, explained among other things that the 15 acres on which the project is expected to be built, was acquired through the instrumentality of the church’s Gbarnga-based St. Mark Lutheran Parish.  The project is accordingly commencing under the auspices of the Gbarnga Lutheran Mission of the New England District of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, and conceived by the congregation of St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church (Providence, RI-USA). “We are dedicated to providing a Christian education to Liberian children to help them develop the skills needed to be successful, grow strong in faith, and reach their God-given potential as fulfilled Christian adults.”At present, the LCL works with Lutheran Churches and the communities of north central Liberia, by serving the children and families near the City of Gbarnga to achieve their spiritual goal.The project is under with the mission to share the love of Jesus Christ with all people the Lutherans have encountered as they provide childhood education, strengthen communities, and alleviate poverty in Liberia, with the vision to see Liberia where all children are empowered by a Christian education to realize the fullness of God’s grace and the joys of a healthy, productive life.“St. Paul’s Church is a community of believers in Jesus Christ committed to helping all people by actively practicing the Gospel in word and deed.” For Mr. Nyekeh Forkpa, the USA committee is expected to reach a total of 500 persons through whom, God will use to contribute immensely to the project.According to him, they envisioned to see a community where there will be high quality schools with well-spaced classrooms, dormitories that will accommodate boys and girls, an opened air gymnasium, medical facilities for the students, the faculty staff and residents of nearby communities. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Ganta Hospital to Modernize OR

first_imgGanta United Methodist Hospital Administrator Patrick Martor. Since last year the GUMH has been under renovation, giving the hospital a much needed facelift. By Ishmael F. MenkorThe Ganta United Methodist Hospital (GUMH) is modernizing its operating theater and making improvements to the obstetric ward (OB ward), the hospital’s administrator has said.In an exclusive interview with the Daily Observer recently, the administrator, Patrick Martor, said with funding from the Global Ministry and United Methodist Church, the hospital will rehabilitate and furnish its operating theater with modern medical equipment.He said the OB ward will be included in the renovation with the improvement of sanitary conditions such as tiling the walls to enable cleaners to effectively do their work.“We are going to bring in modern medical facilities for the OB ward, tile the entire wall and install a sliding door,” he said.Since last year the GUMH has been under renovation, giving the hospital a much needed facelift.The hospital’s morgue was also renovated with the installation of sanitation facilities and air conditioners.“We will be relocating the powerhouse and clear the entire grounds for a car park and emergency services,” said Martor.The Ganta United Methodist Hospital is one of the oldest referral hospitals in Nimba County.It also runs an annex in the nearby Guinean town of Djeke.It may be recalled that in 2014, the hospital was almost downgraded to a clinic when it ran out of medicines and other medical supplies owing to allegations of fraud, which resulted in the withdrawal of donor support.But since Martor’s administration took over a few years ago, things have improved, with a key project, “Drug Revolving Fund,” launched to keep the hospital adequately supplied with drugs.“In this scheme, any money generated from the sale of medicines goes to purchase more medicines to make more available,” he said.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) – Advertisement –last_img read more

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Soldier killed in EBD crash

first_imgA young member of the Guyana Defence Force (GDF) died on Tuesday morning after the motor vehicle he was driving crashed into a parked truck. The accident occurred after 08:00h in the vicinity of the SoesdykeDead: GDF rank Quee BrothersonJunction, East Bank Demerara (EBD).Dead is 21-year-old Quee Brotherson of Section C Sophia, Greater Georgetown. He was a soldier attached to the GDF Special Forces and stationed at Base Camp Stephenson in Timehri.According to reports reaching Guyana Times, at the time of the accident the young man was driving an army vehicle bearing registration number DFB 1454. Information received stated that Brotherson was heading to the army base when he reportedly lost control of the vehicle and slammed head on into the parked truck.The young man was picked up and rushed to the Diamond Diagnostic Centre in critical condition. He succumbed to his injuries while receiving medical attention.There was another GDF rank in the vehicle at the time of the accident, but he escaped without any serious injuries. He remains at the Georgetown Public Hospital for treatment.Meanwhile, Brotherson’s father, Troy, told Guyana Times that when he received the news, the family rushed to the medical facility but learnt that the young man had died. He told this newspaper that based upon information received, his son tried to swerve from another vehicle and lost control of the pick-up.“The road was wet and he was driving going back into work when he pulled out from behind a car to overtake it, but another vehicle was coming (in the opposite direction) and as he was swerving from that vehicle, he lose control and slide right into a parked truck,” the man said he was told.The grieving father could not say exactly what injuries his son sustained, but noted he was bleeding profusely from his nose.After he succumbed, the body of the GDF rank was taken to the Lyken Funeral Parlour, where relatives, friends and colleagues gathered as the news of his death spread. They were inconsolable as they came out of the parlour after viewing his body.Brotherson was described as a humble and disciplined individual by both his father and a senior GDF rank under whom he worked. The young man leaves to mourn his father, brothers and other relatives and friends.last_img read more

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Regional directors deliberate Chetwynd to Taylor highway

first_imgThe Peace River Regional District is looking at developing a highway from Chetwynd to Taylor.Directors reviewed the recommendation in a report from the Electoral Area Directors Committee on Friday afternoon.The recommendation suggested the board send a letter to both the Peace River North and South MLA’s, urging them to put a priority on highway construction.- Advertisement -But, Director Karen Anderson of Hudson’s Hope said she would like to see a feasibility study conducted first. She said the study would outline the needs and potential costs associated with the development, similar to the studies conducted on the Pine Pass.However, in a majority vote, directors voted to send a letter to both MLA’s detailing the importance of the highway, and agreed to send a request to the Northern Development Initiative Trust to conduct a feasibility study.Director Anderson and Director Mike Bernier of Dawson Creek opposed the ammended recommendation.Advertisementlast_img read more

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Ousmane Dembele misses Dortmund training as Barca lurk

first_img0Shares0000Dortmund midfielder Ousmane Dembele has been linked with a move to Barcelona © AFP/File / PATRIK STOLLARZBERLIN, Germany, Aug 10 – Borussia Dortmund’s wonderkid Ousmane Dembele failed to show up for training Thursday, coach Peter Bosz said, fuelling speculation that the French youngster is poised to join Barcelona as Neymar’s replacement.“He didn’t come to practice today. We don’t know why. We tried to reach him but we were unable to,” Bosz told reporters at a press conference. The French international posed for a team photo with Dortmund after Wednesday’s training session, but there was no sign of him on Thursday.Dembele, who at the age of just 20 is considered one of the top talents in Europe, has been hotly pursued to fill the void left by Neymar’s move to Paris Saint-Germain for a record 222 million euros ($264 million).Barca immediately began scouting for replacements before the transfer window closes, with the rumour mill focussing on Dembele and Liverpool’s Phillipe Coutinho.Speculation about Dembele’s possible move to Camp Nou reached fever-pitch this week after the French international deleted the words Borussia Dortmund and the team’s slogan “true love” from his Twitter and Instagram profiles.Dembele has made no secret of his desire to play for Barcelona, telling Gol TV last week that it was “a pleasure” to see his name on Barca’s wish list.– Dream come true –The departure of golden boy Neymar has created a sudden opening in Barca’s famed attacking trident alongside the world-class talents of Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez — a challenge Dembele is sure to relish.The precocious forward joined Dortmund last summer from the French first division side Stade Rennes for the bargain price of 15 million euros.He went on to enjoy a stellar first season in the Bundesliga, scoring six goals in 32 appearances.Dembele’s skills on the pitch, including a series of dazzling assists, quickly impressed and earned him ‘wunderkind’ headlines in the German press, though he has been criticised at times for lacking discipline.“I’m not a phenomenon, I’m just trying to be decisive for my team-mates, there are a lot of talented young people in football,” a modest Dembele said last March.After working on improving his finishing, the youngster cemented his status as the one to watch.He helped Dortmund lift the German Cup trophy in May with an opening goal that expertly curled around Frankfurt Eintracht’s goalkeeper.Dortmund went on to win 2-1, ending a run of defeats in the German Cup final.In June, Dembele was voted the Bundesliga Rookie of the Year.The upcoming move to Spain marks a dream come true for Dembele, who had already been courted by the Catalans last year but opted for a five-year deal with Dortmund instead to improve his game and gain more first-team experience.According to Spanish newspaper Mundo Deportivo at the time, the young forward however left Barca sporting director Robert Fernandez in no doubt about his true ambitions.“One day I will play for Barca,” he said.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

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SHOCK FIGURES SHOW DONEGAL YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT THIRD HIGHEST

first_imgFigures released today show that Donegal trails only Cork and Dublin in the youth unemployment tables.Donegal’s youth unemployment figures are third highest in country.The figures show that with 2,697 people under the age of 25 in the county are now receiving jobseekers payments.Inishowen Sinn Féin councillor Jack Murray has said that the government must act to address the youth unemployment crisis in Donegal. Commenting today on the figures released from the Department of Social Protection, Cllr Murray said that the Government must do more to ensure that our young people have opportunities to gain employment.Cllr Murray said “The figures released today show that a total of 2697 people under the age of 25 in Donegal are in receipt of jobseeker’s payments.“Even more worrying is the fact that 1197 of these people have been in receipt of the payment for over 1 year. This represents 44% of all those under 25 in receipt of jobseeker’s payments in the county.“Shockingly, only Dublin and Cork have higher youth unemployment figures than Donegal. When considering the population difference between Donegal and these two counties it becomes clear just how big this problem is. “In fact, Mayo – a county on the western seaboard with a similar population to Donegal – has less than half as many young people under the age of 25 out of work.“There can be no doubt that Government policy is failing our young people. There are 15,400 fewer people under the age of 34 in work now than when Fine Gael and Labour came into office and youth unemployment remains double the adult rate.“Figures released by Eurostat confirm that Ireland has the highest level of emigration in the EU – 165,300 young people have left in the past five years. 33,500 people between the ages of 15 and 24 age emigrated in 2014.”He added that this Government is presiding over the greatest exodus of young talent that this state has ever seen.More people are leaving the state than left at any time during the 1980s and 70% of those who have emigrated are in their 20s while over 60% have degrees, he said. “Yet our Government TDs and Ministers are falling over themselves to give each other pats on the back for an economic recovery that has not touched the vast majority of people across the state and is leaving a generation of young Irish people behind.“Sinn Féin is committed to achieving a fair recovery, one which will create the conditions for prosperity in every corner of Ireland and will ensure a bright future for our young people.“We have proposed the creation of a youth guarantee which would be funded through a wealth tax and the end of exploitative schemes such as JobBridge and the Gateway scheme which do nothing to increase employment prospects for the majority of young people.“Our young people are well educated, skilled and talented. They are crying out for opportunities to develop themselves, to work and to contribute to their local communities. They need this Government to invest in their future, not ignore their needs.” SHOCK FIGURES SHOW DONEGAL YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT THIRD HIGHEST was last modified: April 21st, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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CILLIAN MORRISON NOT FEELING ANY ADDED PRESSURE DESPITE PATTERSON EXIT

first_imgCillian Morrison believes he can make a big impact at The Brandywell.Derry City striker and Letterkenny native Cillian Morrison insists he doesn’t feel any added pressure despite the exit of star player Rory Patterson.Patterson was one of the leading marksmen in the League of Ireland for the last number of years and will be sorely missed by Derry City.However, manager Peter Hutton will be hoping Morrison can fill the void left by the departure of Patterson. Morrison signed for Derry City in December following a frustrating six-month spell at Cork City.Morrison had established himself as a player with plenty of potential by scoring regularly for UCD.Morrison insists he doesn’t feel any added pressure with Patterson leaving the club and is just focused on working hard and performing to the best of his ability.Morrison told The Irish Daily Mirror, “If you’re playing up front you have to score goals, that comes with the territory. “Rory was a great talent but I’m not going to read too much into it. I’m not here to fit into anyone else’s role or anyone else’s boots.“I’m going out every game to score goals and time will tell if I can do that, but I’d be fairly confident that I will .” CILLIAN MORRISON NOT FEELING ANY ADDED PRESSURE DESPITE PATTERSON EXIT was last modified: January 29th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Cillian Morrisonderry citynewssoccerSportlast_img read more

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Women’s Tennis Goes Undefeated In MVC with 5-2 Win at MSU

first_img Match Notes 3. Jaglarz, Mela/Williams, Kenya (DU) def. Fati Khamissi/Alexia Meyer (MOST) 6-3 2. Petushkova, Liza (DU) def. Anelisse Torrico (MOST) 6-2, 5-7, 6-3 2. Anelisse Torrico/Phoebe Boeschen (MOST) def. Brills, Summer/Webb, Megan (DU) 6-2 The Bears got on the board with a win at No. 1, but Petushkova clinched the Bulldogs undefeated MVC season with a hard fought three-set, 6-2, 5-7, 6-3 victory over Anelisse Torrico at No. 2. Doubles competition Megan Webb capped off the Bulldogs day with the team’s final win at No. 5 singles. 1. Alye Darter (MOST) def. Brills, Summer (DU) 6-4, 3-6, 6-3 Singles competition Missouri State 8-9 / 3-2 MVC 5. Webb, Megan (DU) def. Alexia Meyer (MOST) 2-6, 6-2, 7-6 (3-0) 6. Jaglarz, Mela (DU) def. Abbey Belote (MOST) 6-2, 7-5 Indoor courts at Cooper Tennis Complex 3. Herder, Tess (DU) def. Phoebe Boeschen (MOST) 6-3, 6-4center_img Herder put the Bulldogs up 2-0 with a straight set win over Phoebe Boeschen, at No. 3 singles. Drake 5, Missouri State 24/22/2018 at Springfield, Mo. (Cooper Tennis Complex)  1. Herder, Tess/Petushkova, Liza (DU) def. Alye Darter/Ellie Burger (MOST) 6-4 Order of finish: Doubles (2,1,3); Singles (3,6,1,2,5,4) Box Score SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – The Drake University women’s tennis earned a 5-2 road win over Missouri State Sunday at the Cooper Tennis Complex. With the win, Drake (15-5, 5-0 MVC) went undefeated in Missouri Valley Conference play and earned the top seed at the MVC Tournament. 4. Fati Khamissi (MOST) def. Williams, Kenya (DU) 3-6, 6-3, 6-4 The Bulldogs managed to taken an early 1-0 lead by earning the doubles point. Mela Jaglarz and Kenya Williams won 6-3 at No. 3, while Tess Herder and Liza Petushkova secured the point with 6-4 win at No. 1. Drake 15-5 / 5-0 MVC The Bulldogs will return to Springfield, Mo. for the MVC Tournament, which will get underway on Friday, April 27. The MVC Tournament bracket will be release Sunday evening. Jaglarz then gave Drake a 3-0 lead as she earned a straight set win over Abbey Belote at No. 6. T-3:15  Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

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Daunting task for prodigal son Kefa Kisala, much like his predecessors

first_imgKefa kisala is a former Express FC player (File Photo)It is becoming more familiar than often that Express FC is certain to hire a new coach at the beginning of every new season.And Kefa Kisala is the next conspicuous figure in the Express FC dugout replacing Shafik Bisaso for the next two years.The move marks the next Express FC chapter that starts in earnest, and the man tasked with steadying the ship, at least in the immediate future is aman who calls Express FC home and the club terms him as a ‘prodigal son.’Former player and coach Kisala has been here before in 2006, and his initial stewardship evokes fond memories as he guided Express FC to a Uganda cup triumph.As a player he secured his legendary status following two different stints between 1992 and 1997 winning two league titles and a haul of five Uganda cups. That is no mean feat!Virtually it’s hard to judge where Kisala fits in at the top end of the Express FC management table than it is to judge him as a player.As the latter, he is talked of in high regard- one of the best players to have put on the red eagles strip. Yet however much the former Maji FC, Masaka Local Council, URA FC and recently BUL FC coach enjoys a healthy respect both as a player and a coach in the red eagle’s folklore, he returns to his former club at its lowest ebb.Dusting themselves from the devastating effects of the 2017/18 relegation dog-fight,the daunting task lurking to restore parity is a glaring one.Express FC fans are hungry ones, and the demands of supporters at Wakulukuku may dwarf even those of their down town arch-rivals SC Villa fans.It is too early to class  Kisala’s return as a mistake but the signs are abundant that things may not be quite as rosy at the second attempt.Relegation is something the mighty Red Eagles couldn’t contemplate, either emotionally or financially, and any efforts to revive the club’s fading fortunes hinged on the club safeguarding their top-tier status  last season, a feat they achieved albeit in a pale fashion, finishing 13th on 31 points.Kisala’s chief task is to ensure that the Wakulukuku-based side doesn’t crawl to downs of despair they experienced last season that placed their coveted top-tier status in real jeopardy.He inherits a depleted a squad devoid of talent and experience and a jaw-dropping surgery is expected to be administered on the playing staff. Yet it is pertinent to remember that the red eagles hierarchy rarely spends on player recruitment, leaving the club to survive on the mercy of rejects and outcasts.However, one certainty is that Kisala should be restrained in the knowledge that he is walking  a well trodden path where many of his predecessors have taken the job with sheer vigor but end-up failing  miserably. Be aware Kefa Kisala!Matia Lule ,Wasswa Bbosa, and lately budding coach shafik Bisaso all failed to capture hearts and minds at Wakulukuku even with the later helping them survive relegation last season on the last day when all hope had been lost.Sam Ssimbwa eventually became an exception to this status quo during his spell at the club even though his early life was plagued with rope-pulling with some vocal fans. He eventually won over his critics with a league title in 2012 but later moved on after falling out with the then board.Since then Express fans have been praying for new Ssimbwa to emerge and guide them to the position of champions again. However much the reality has been much crueler, a long list of different managers struggling to cope up with both expectations and a series of economic restrictions.Wasswa Bbosa managed to overstay in the hot seat for up to four seasons despite uncertain financial situation.However, the eccentric coach walked out after a spat with the vociferous fans and then chairperson Frolence Nakiwala kiyingi.Matia Lule , appointed in 2017 following the acrimonious departure of Wasswa Bbosa, won over fans instantly for his penchant to unearth young talent and his expansive brand of football. However, he left the club at the beginning of 2017-2018 season citing the club’s failure to pay his six-month arrears.Comments Tags: Express FCkefa kisalalast_img read more

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KCCA FC host Vipers SC in early potential title decider

first_img Tags: edward gololaKCCA FCMike MutebiUganda Premier Leaguevipers sc The two sides have won the past seven league titles between them. (PHOTOS/courtesy)Uganda Premier LeagueKCCA FC vs Vipers SCStarTimes Stadium, LugogoSaturday, 16-11-2019 @3pmLUGOGO – KCCA FC and Vipers SC have dominated Ugandan football in the recent past and it would be right to say they are the best two sides in the country currently.Between them, they have won all of the past seven league titles and as things stand, it is highly expected that one of them will walk away with the title once again this season.KCCA FC have won the lion share of those seven championships (5) while the Venoms have two. The last team other than those two to win it was Express FC, being crowned champions in 2012 under the guidance of Sam Simbwa.Going into each season, the two are favourites and it was the case before the 2019/20 campaign started.The table currently suggests Vipers are the front runners to win a 4th title in their history as they have been magnificent since the season started.The Venoms enter into the contest against their rival sitting top of the log with 33 points from 13 games and yet to taste defeat.Edward Golola’s side are also 14 points ahead of KCCA FC despite playing four more games.A win for Vipers will rightly put them in a situation where they are outright favourites to win the title.For KCCA FC, they have played only 9 games so far as they have been involved in both the CAF Champions League and Confederations Cup.However, they have been eliminated from both competitions and know that to save their season, they need to win the league.A win at home to Vipers means that they will go 11 points behind the Venoms and with four games in hand, they will be back in the running for the title and who knows what happens after.However, if they fail to win Saturday’s contest, their chances of winning a third title in a row will have taken a major setback.What the coaches are saying ahead of the gameMike Mutebi, KCCA FC“We have a responsibility to win this game.“We are playing a team that has centred their case as an emerging force in Ugandan football.“We want to front our case as defending Champions of the league.“As a coach, these are games you want to take part in and make sure the players display a good game of football for the fans to enjoy.“We have some players away on National duty that is Okello, Lukwago and Kasozi but we have able replacements to give us the game we want.Mutebi says his side have a responsibility to win the game.Edward Golola, Vipers SC“We’re definitely expecting a special atmosphere on Saturday.“It’s one of these special games, one of these fixtures where your position on the table doesn’t matter.”“We have been working hard since the season started and we can’t stop now.“It’s the players’ confidence and mentality that matters at this moment. We are excited that the team is in good shape and well-motivated. Let’s see how it all goes.”Team NewsCoach Mike Mutebi’s charges will be boosted by the return of youngsters Joseph Kafumbe and forward Sam Ssenyonjo who have not been involved a lot this season because of school engagements. The duo is now available for selection and their presence gives the Gaffer options.  Skipper Charles Lukwago, Allan Okello and Kasozi Nicholas will not feature. The players are away with Uganda Cranes on National duty as they prepare for AFCON qualifier game against Malawi on Sunday 17th November at Mandela National Stadium, Namboole. Sadat Anaku will have to undergo a late fitness test before he is confirmed available for Saturday’s encounter. The teenager pulled a muscle in the team’s last outing against Express FC. Erisa Sekisambu, Mike Mutyaba, Sam Senyonjo, and Keziron Kizito are in contention to feature against their former employers. Julius Poloto, Jurua Hassan and Sadam Juma are all ruled out due to injury.For Vipers, Frank Tumwesigye is back in contention after missing the last four matches due to sickness, he stands a chance to start after impressive appearances in training. Halid Lwaliwa and Fahad Bayo remain unavailable as they are in residential camp with the national team preparing for the AFCON qualifier tie against Malawi. Karim Watambala, Ahmed Amayo and Bobosi Byaruhanga are sitting their final secondary school exams hence won’t be playing any part in this encounter. Following a decent showing against URA after having fallen down in the pecking order, Tito Okello could return to face his former bosses. Derrick Ochan is expected to keep his place in goal like he did against the tax collectors.Match FactsThis will be the 20th meeting between the two sides since September 2010.In the past 19 meetings, KCCA have won five, Vipers nine while the other five have all ended in draws.Last season, the two sides drew 1-1 twice in their two league fixtures.They have already met this season with Vipers triumphing 2-0 in the FUFA Super 8 final.KCCA FC come into the encounter in good form having won all of their last four league games.At home, the Kasasiros have won three of their first four games of the campaign (D1 L0).Going into the game, Vipers are yet to lose a game this season winning 10 and drawing three of their first 13 games.Vipers are unbeaten since the season started.Away from home, the Venoms have won four and drawn two of their first six fixtures.The other games to be played on Saturday-BUL FC vs Proline FC-Maroons FC vs Wakiso Giants FC-Tooro United FC vs Express FCFriday’s results-Mbarara City FC 2-0 Kyetume FC-Bright Stars FC 0-1 Police FC-URA FC 0-0 Busoga United FCComments last_img read more

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