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MPs Question State House Shs 23 Billion Supplementary Request

Parliament’s budget committee has raised concern over the Shs 23.1 billion supplementary budget request from State House – less than two months to the end of 2016/2017.

The latest request is an addendum to an earlier request of the Shs 2.9 billion supplementary budget request from State House that was approved by parliament retrospectively.

State House received Shs 257.29 billion for the 2016/2017 financial year under Vote 002. According to the new supplementary budget request, Shs 200 million was spent as capital donation to Isingiro fruit factory and Shs 1.08 billion was given to the Federation of Uganda Football Association (Fufa) for the African Cup of Nationals football tournament preparations.

State House comptroller, Lucy Nakyobe appeared together with the Presidency minister, Esther Mbayo before the budget committee to defend the supplementary budget request.

Nakyobe told the committee chaired by Ntenjeru North MP, Amos Lugoloobi that State House exhausted its annual budget allocation on several recurrent items hence the need for additional funding to settle outstanding obligations as well as facilitate their operations through the remaining period of the financial year.

They include among others utilities such as telecommunications, electricity and water that require Shs 1.2 billion, classified expenditure of Shs 5.028 billion and insurance for the presidential helicopter and jet at Shs 1.4 billion among others.

The others include Shs 2.4 billion spent on Makerere University visitation, Shs 9.55 billion for inland travel and another Shs 3.5 billion for travel abroad.

“We have a helicopter and we have a jet but we only got money for the jet. We did not have the money for insuring the helicopter. We requested for additional funding from the beginning but they did not give us, so it remained an unfunded priority at the beginning of the financial year. But we had to insure the helicopter because it is mandatory.

Then the other issues, it is because of over activity. We did plan, for example, when you look at travel abroad, we planned for 25 visits outside the country, but as I speak we have already done 30 visits so we have consumed five extra visits. So we have already gone overboard… and also got some services on credit. When you look at the state visits we had planned for only 15 and as we speak we have already done 17″, Nakyobe said.

She defended the Shs 9.55 billion additional funding required for the president’s in land travel, saying the money will be used to facilitate local programs and settle fuel bills.

However, the committee members led by the chairperson Lugoloobi questioned whether the items for which State House requires that additional funding were of emergence nature.

Patrick Nsamba, the Kasanda North MP wondered how State House will spend such a huge sums of money in the remaining days of the financial year.

“The law clearly state the circumstances under which we should ask for supplementary, but what am seeing is additional, additional every where. The circumstances under which we should be asking for supplementary are clearly stated; under situations of emergencies, things that cannot wait for the next financial year. Look at item no.5, Mr chair, there is travel inland worth Shs 9.5 billion. So Mr chairman am just looking at the time period vs what is required”, Nsamba said.

Lugoloobi questioned why State House continues to request supplementary budgets even when it receives sufficient allocations. Nakyobe attributed the problem on emerging issues as well as under funding for some items. She explained that as the year closes, they need liquid cash to run State House as they wait for releases for the new financial year.

“The year closes on the 30th of June, but when the year closes, the other one doesn’t open automatically although theoretically is it supposed to, but it doesn’t. By the time you get to receive money for the other financial year, you still have to run because State House doesn’t close.

We’re supposed to facilitate the president at all times, come rain, come shine. So we still have to have some money to see us through that period when books have closed as we wait for new books of the other financial year to open. So it is things like travel inland that where we keep some money because the programs continue”, Nakyobe added.

The officials are expected to return back to the committee on Friday morning to discuss the classified expenditure funding.

Tusker to Sign Ugandan International Kizito

Photo: Daily Monitor

Keziron Kizito, centre, under close watch from Uganda Cranes Head Coach Milutin Sredejovic during a past national team training session.

By Vincent Opiyo

SportPesa Premier League champions Tusker FC have moved swiftly to replace Singida United-bound Shaffik Batambuze with Ugandan international winger Kezironi Kizito.

The 18-year-old has reportedly agreed to a three year contract with the brewers effective June 2017, ending his two-season spell at Wakiso town- based Vipers SC.

“Definitely we’ve identified areas to strengthen when the mid-season transfer window opens. We need both a left back and a winger since Batambuze (Shaffik) is leaving. We only got him and Abdul (Hassan) at the moment but we also need a striker to help Wanga (Allan),” Tusker coach George ‘Best’ Nsimbe confirmed to Nation Sport on Monday.

“We’ve identified Keziron (Kizito). He is a good winger with speed and plays in the senior national team which should be a good capture for us. I have worked with him in Uganda both at club and national team level so I know his potential.”

Kizito stated his pleasure in joining a team of Tusker’s calibre as he looks to start his professional career in the Kenyan top flight.

“I have been admiring Tusker and I am happy that I have a chance to finally join them. I love how they’ve professionalised their club. I can fit in the team and their style of play. They are a well organised team and with coach Nsimbe on board, it will be even easier for me to cope because he is a good coach,” Kizito, who was part of Vipers SC’s 2014/15 Ugandan Premier League winning squad, told Nation Sport from his base in Kampala.

The St Mary’s Kitende alumnus has 20 caps for the Uganda Cranes. He won the 2015 Council of East and Central Africa Football Association (CECAFA) Senior Challenge title before representing the Cranes in the 2016 Africa Nations Championship (Chan).

He will link up with fellow countrymen Hashim Sempala and Martin Kiiza who play for the 11-time champions.

Apart from the Ugandan, the Ruaraka-based side have also been linked with Sofapaka winger Paul Odhiambo and AFC Leopards custodian Ian Otieno.

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By Majuto Omary

Dar es Salaam — The national Under-17 soccer team, Serengeti Boys, will be looking to get their 2017 Africa Youth Championship off to a flying start when they take on defending champions Mali in Libreville, Gabon today.

The Group B match kicks off at 5.30pm at the Stade De L’Amitié Sino in Libreville and the team’s technical advisor, Kim Poulsen, brims with confidence ahead of the eagerly awaited clash.

“We have trained these boys to believe in themselves and approach the game with a lot of tactical discipline,” Poulsen told The Citizen by phone from Libreville yesterday.

“Our first objective is to win our first match and that would give us the opportunity to consolidate in the next matches in order to play in the World Cup because we have not had the opportunity to play at that level before,” he said.

The match will be handled by referee Ferdinand Udoh Aniete from Nigeria, according to the Confederation of African Football (CAF).

The biennial continental got underway yesterday with hosts Gabon tackling Guinea in the opening match at the Stade de Port Gentil.

Serengeti Boys, who are making their first appearance at the finals of the continental championship, have been in Libreville since last week, perfecting their tactics for what promises to be a bruising clash.

Poulsen believes reaching the semi-finals and picking one of the available four tickets to the FIFA U-17 World Cup in India in October, would be a major feat.

The Tanzanian boys underwent intensive training in Morocco and Cameroon for nearly two months ahead of the Gabon finals.

Back at home, local soccer fans have kept their fingers crossed, praying that the boys floor the title-holders. Tanzania Football Federation (TFF) secretary general, Mwesigwa Celestine, who is also in Gabon with the team, expressed optimism that the boys will do Tanzanians proud in the championship.

“The boys acquired the skills and exposure they need to shine in Gabon during their camp in Morocco and Cameroon,” Mwesigwa said.

“Although they are far away from home now, they are not distracted because they have the mind of playing against other players of the same age bracket with them. They are focused on the assignment at hand,” the TFF official added.

He called on Tanzanians to pray for the boys, who are reportedly in high spirits, raring to give the Malians a run for their money.

He said Poulsen and his ‘crew’ have targeted this match as must-win for their troops (ahead of matches against other Group B opponents Niger and Angola), but he acknowledged that the title holders will be tough to beat.

Serengeti Boys, with coach Bakari Shime at the helm, enter the continental championship as one of the dark horses to go all the way.

Shime’s main aim is to qualify for the semi-finals and thereby earn a spot at the FIFA U-17 World Cup later this year, but believes his side is capable of claiming a first AYC title.

It’s Onyango Versus Odongkara

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Denis Onyango is the first Ugandan athlete to be recognised internationally.

By Ismail Dhakaba Kigongo

Kampala — Robert Odongkara has always been in the shadow of Denis Onyango despite tracing the latter’s path from SC Villa to Ethiopia.

Odongkara joined Villa in 2008, three years after Onyango left for Ethiopia’s St. George.

The former moved to the ‘Horn of Africa’ in 2011 retracing the path taken by the Uganda Cranes custodian who left Ethiopia for South Africa in 2006.

Understudy

For a large part of the last 10 years, he has also been his understudy for Uganda Cranes while also getting through drills together under the tutelage of national team goalkeeper Fred Kajoba.

While he often watches Onyango on the bench, Odongkara could get to see his ‘close friend and compatriot’ from about 100 metres away.

Onyango’s Mamelodi Sundowns start their Confederation of African Football (Caf) Champions League title defence against his former side St. George at the Lucas Moripe Stadium in Pretoria, South Africa today in a Group C encounter.

Hefty prize

AS Vita of Congo and Tunisia’s Esperance complete the group in the expanded 16-team tournament whose winner will pocket US$2.5m (Shs9bn).

Sundowns will be seeking to become only the third side to retain the biggest trophy in Africa club football, a feat only Al Ahly (Egypt) and TP Mazembe (DR Congo) have managed twice each.

“It becomes difficult because every time we play out there [in Africa] and now everyone knows what we can do,” Onyango, also Africa’s best local player for 2016, said.

That is a long road ahead as the final doesn’t come until late October.

For now, it’s a tale of two Ugandan goalkeepers with St. George midfielder Yasser Mugerwa being relegated to a side-show role.

“Definitely (I’ll be facing my former club) but there is no room for sentiments,” said Onyango.

“We are all from Uganda, and playing (against) St. George will be emotional but for me it is business as usual at all costs, because they used to be my employers but now I am working at Sundowns.”

April’s finest

This week, Onyango was named ABSA Premiership Player of the month for April. On the contrary, Odongkara is only working his way back to fitness.

“I am still injured but hopefully I will be fit for the encounter (against Sundowns),” Odongkara said. “It will be exciting to play against a close friend and a compatriot.”

Elsewhere, the third Ugandan goalkeeper Salim Jamal was due to play for El Merriekh last night against fellow Sudanese side Al-Hilal Omdurman.

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Serengeti Boys Comfort Road Accident Victims

Serengeti Boys coach Bakari Shime yesterday joined Tanzanians to mourn tragic deaths of 36 people including 33 Lucky Vincent School pupils who perished in a road accident in Karatu, Arusha Region on Saturday. Those who died in shocking road carnage, apart from the students, were two teachers and a bus driver.

Speaking shortly after arriving in Libreville, Gabon ahead of CAF African Youth Championship (AYC) finals, Shime said: “It is with deep sorrow that the lives of the young boys, girls and teachers were tragically ended.”

He said the technical bench, players and officials join the families of the accident victims and Tanzania in mourning the sudden demise of them.

“May the Almighty God rest their souls in eternal peace,” Coach Shime said in his message from Libreville Gabon yesterday. Serengeti Boys are in Libreville to compete in the African Youth Championship which opens on May 14 in Libreville and Port Gentil, Gabon.

Tanzania will start its campaign on Sunday by facing holders Mali in the Group B that also include Angola and Niger. Meanwhile, Tanzania Football Federation (TFF) has sent 500,000 condolence to the families of 33 students and teachers who perished in Karatu road accident.

The accident claimed the lives of 33 Standard Seven pupils, two teachers and a driver of the bus carrying them. Police reports said the accident occurred around 9:00 am at Rhotia Marera area in Karatu District.

TFF president, Jamal Malinzi who presented the condolences on behalf of the football fraternity said he was joining President John Magufuli and the Tanzanians to mourn the deaths of the pupils and their teachers.

He said the deaths shocked him, the whole nation and the entire football fraternity that includes players, coaches, referees and sponsors.

“We have lost the youth and the future builders of the nation since football always begins with youth who later mature into the world stars.

We sadly miss them and may the Almighty God rest their souls in eternal peace,” said TFF President.

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By David Kwalimwa

An aspiring politician has urged the Government to consider implementing a special health policy for all Kenyan athletes.

The said policy according to Tony Watima, 29, who is eyeing the Dagoretti North seat come the August General elections, will assist the sports people to access specialized treatment in the likely event that they fall sick or get injured.

“This is an issue of serious concern because most of the athletes cannot afford treatment when they get injured.” Watima said, during an interview with Nation Sport on Friday.

He added, “Whenever I interact with players in my constituency, they all ask me to assist them with medical fees. They ask me for NHIF money, but then NHIF doesn’t cover for injuries and things like that. This should be a Government led initiative. Watima, who doubles up as an economist and consultant, declared.

What’s more, Watima who holds an Bachelor of Economics degree from Daystar University believes he has a ready solution, one he believes can be piloted in the local football scene in conjunction with Football Kenya Federation, plus the Ministries of Sports and Health.

“We can assist the government design a special card for footballers. Therein footballers can contribute a special package monthly, and in return be allowed access to several health packages and especially injuries.” said Watima.

Watima hopes to capitalise on the football information available at the Football Kenya Federation and Kenyan Premier League databases for a start.

There are currently no Government offered healthcare packages for Kenyan based sports people.

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Rwanda: Plan to Construct New Football Stadiums On Course – Officials

Photo: P. Kabeera/The New Times

A grader clears the ground on which the country’s first-ever international cricket stadium will be constructed in Gahanga, Kicukiro District.

By Geoffrey Asiimwe

The pace of local football development is set to improve after district mayors and other stakeholders endorsed the proposed blueprint to construct more football stadiums in the country.

This follows a consultative meeting on Saturday in Kigali between Rwanda Football Federation (FERWAFA) and officials from the Federation Royal Morocaine de Football (FRMF), district mayors, Rwanda Housing Authority (RHA) and Ministry of Defense among others.

The meeting okayed the plan that will see the FRMF construct cost-effective stadiums in each district at an affordable long term repayment plan.

Speaking at the meeting, Christian Rwakunda, the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Infrastructure (MINFRA) said; “There is an excellent relationship between the Government of Rwanda and the Kingdom of Morocco, and this relationship is translated into a dynamic cooperation.”

“We have seen good partnership between Rwanda and Morocco in the sector of housing, banking and today we have noticed the start of the cooperation in sport activities.”

The head of delegation for FRMF team, Hajji Mouad alongside the architect from Coter Terhrazaz Construction Company Anouar Amaoui Gueriri, explained the different stadiums that would be constructed depending on the need of each district or government agency and the repayment plan.

Under the same concept, Coter Terhrazaz Contruction Company has constructed 63 artificial stadiums in Morocco and five natural grass stadiums.

The Saturday meeting was a follow-up to the binding agreement signed between FERWAFA and the FRMF aimed at boosting Infrastructure development.

This new partnership includes the development of more infrastructure namely FERWAFA hotel and stadia constructions in a bid to improve the development of football in the country.

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Plan to Construct New Football Stadiums On Course – Officials

Photo: P. Kabeera/The New Times

A grader clears the ground on which the country’s first-ever international cricket stadium will be constructed in Gahanga, Kicukiro District.

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The pace of local football development is set to improve after district mayors and other stakeholders endorsed the proposed blueprint to construct more football stadiums in the country.

This follows a consultative meeting on Saturday in Kigali between Rwanda Football Federation (FERWAFA) and officials from the Federation Royal Morocaine de Football (FRMF), district mayors, Rwanda Housing Authority (RHA) and Ministry of Defense among others.

The meeting okayed the plan that will see the FRMF construct cost-effective stadiums in each district at an affordable long term repayment plan.

Speaking at the meeting, Christian Rwakunda, the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Infrastructure (MINFRA) said; “There is an excellent relationship between the Government of Rwanda and the Kingdom of Morocco, and this relationship is translated into a dynamic cooperation.”

“We have seen good partnership between Rwanda and Morocco in the sector of housing, banking and today we have noticed the start of the cooperation in sport activities.”

The head of delegation for FRMF team, Hajji Mouad alongside the architect from Coter Terhrazaz Construction Company Anouar Amaoui Gueriri, explained the different stadiums that would be constructed depending on the need of each district or government agency and the repayment plan.

Under the same concept, Coter Terhrazaz Contruction Company has constructed 63 artificial stadiums in Morocco and five natural grass stadiums.

The Saturday meeting was a follow-up to the binding agreement signed between FERWAFA and the FRMF aimed at boosting Infrastructure development.

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Fufa Elections – Is It a Choice Between Lesser of Two Evils

By Robert Madoi

Betrayal is to Ugandan football what sex was to nineteenth-century Vienna: everybody does it and nobody talks about it. Held quadrennially, the Fufa elections always strip the sport of its vague appeal to common decencies. This year’s polls are no exception. Betrayals of common decency continue to run rife barely weeks into a process that does not hit a crescendo until August.

The District Football Associations polls, hardly a footnote in the process, have been highly charged. But they too — even in reaching a climax yesterday — have had to take a backseat with the war of words between immediate past Fufa president Lawrence Mulindwa and the football body’s current vice president Dennis Mbidde popping eyes.

All hell broke loose after a Whatsapp text message in which Mbidde likened Mulindwa to a leper for failing to take Uganda to the Africa Cup of Nations finals went viral. Mulindwa responded to the barb by scornfully referencing Mbidde’s unkempt beard. He also called the Fufa vice president (who is widely seen as a careless pit bull of Moses Magogo) a “hopeless cockroach.”

Mulindwa ended his tirade of abuse by making a thinly veiled threat to offer his candidature for the presidency. It was met by a roaring approval from the people who gave him an attentive audience at his family function. Days later, Mbidde called a media briefing where he held out an olive branch to Mulindwa. As well as literally begging for an issue-based bout of electioneering, Mbidde also reminisced about his Save our Soccer past that paved the way for Mulindwa to take the Fufa presidency reins all those years back.

Clearly, the smart PR move is intended to disarm Mulindwa and make him think twice about throwing his hat in the ring. Many doubt its efficacy. As such, the possible show-down between Mulindwa and Magogo will — some contend — leave voters facing a choice between the lesser of two evils. This observation pivots on a wealth of things. Mulindwa’s wild outburst showed that he is still anything but very presidential in his performances. Magogo is also no saint having superintended over probably the most opaque Fufa regime ever. The projection Magogo’s administration has given is one of a bunch of guys happy to get on the gravy train.

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Cricket Cranes grapple with wicketkeeping puzzle

BACKBONE. Wicketkeepers are the backbone of a fielding unit. They pretty much knit together a team with their observations. Their proximity to opposing batsmen gives them a chance to put their finger on the pulse of opponents.

It’s always a good thing if the naming of a squad takes no one by surprise. After carrying out its work in a style dense with intelligence and compassion, the Uganda Cricket Association selectors must be flabbergasted to learn that their unveiling of Cricket Cranes’ squad for this month’s ICC World Cricket League tournament has not quietened the anxiety of some.

Having sifted through a chaotic diversity of competing interests for months, the selectors headed by Benjamin Musoke on Monday unveiled a 14-strong squad along with four reserves who are supposed to still have a fighting chance even in the fog of their uncertainty.

It was the inclusion of a far-from-fit Lawrence Sematimba amongst the near certainties that chafed on the nerves of some observers. It invited them to engage in hypotheticals, and while they were at it they found themselves grappling with a wicketkeeping puzzle that has the most chilling resonance.

Before injuring his groin, a vulnerability about Sematimba’s batting stood out much like the proverbial sore thumb. This left him looking every inch like a specialist wicketkeeper. No doubt Sematimba’s neat glove work is what got him on Uganda’s 14-strong squad.

You can understand where the selectors are coming from as crouching behind the stumps involves much more than just diving, catching and throwing. Wicketkeepers are the backbone of a fielding unit. They pretty much knit together a team with their observations. Their proximity to opposing batsmen gives them a chance to put their finger on the pulse of opponents.

Indeed a smart keeper brings much more to the team than runs. Intangibles such as judging the pitch, batsmen’s strengths and weaknesses plus bowlers mistakes can change the course of a game. If — as is the case with Uganda — you are going to have spinners gobble up an average of 25 overs per innings, you will need a keeper who rises with the ball beautifully. That keeper needs to be light on their feet and soft with their hands, boxes which a fully fit Sematimba easily ticks.

Having a part-timer like Arnold Otwani or Shahzad Kamal standing up to spinners can be a recipe for disaster.

Roger Mukasa did show during Uganda’s 4-0 series win over Kenya during the long Easter weekend that he can keep as well as bat high up the or-der. This column, however, understands that Cricket Cranes coach Steve Tikolo still harbours an intuitive understanding that wicketkeeping could compromise the perfor-mance of his best bat.

Although a keeper’s span of concentration usually takes a toll on them, Mukasa insists the huge mental effort won’t affect his batting.

The 27-year-old seems to have convinced Cricket Cranes skipper Davis Karashani who will in turn strong-arm Tikolo. From the looks of things, Mukasa will keep wickets during the ICC World Cricket League Division Three tournament here in Uganda.

Otwani will possibly be the one that pads up when Karashani decides that Mukasa has to have a bowl. Otwani may not execute a stumping with a smart piece of work or have the presence of mind to say move down leg side to pre-empt a dismissal, but he will do the basics and make a contribution up the batting order. This means that the small lion that is Sematimba may find himself unable to roar. The prospect of specialist bat Lloyd Paternott taking the (specialist?) wicketkeeper’s place in Uganda’s final 14 cannot en-tirely be ruled out.

What we know

We know that KCCA FC took a giant stride towards defending its league title with a 1-0 win away to Express FC. The hard-fought win saw the Kasasiro Boys heave a sigh of relief after they had lost their proud unbeaten home record at the hands of Vipers SC midweek.

We also know that the Kasasiro Boys are ever so closer to a 12th league title because they not only hold a two-point lead over second-placed SC Villa but also a couple of games in hand. Villa ceded crucial ground in the title race by letting a 2-0 lead slip en route to sharing the spoils with Police FC.

Kumi Host Nkumba in Varsity League

By Elly Kyeyune

Nkumba University can consolidate their top position of Group D with victory over Kumi University when they travel to Kumi for the Nile Special University Football League (UFL) tomorrow.

Coach Patrick Sebuliba’s men have been sensational this term, picking up four points from their opening two top flight fixtures and he is happy with his team’s progression. Sebuliba says his side will be aiming for nothing but a positive result away to ease pressure on them in the second round.

“I believe we have a strong squad which can get a good result away from home. Our goal is to get a good result in Kumi. Our preparations have gone pretty well and the mood is great among the players,” Sebuliba said.

Last week was phenomenal for Sebuliba’s team, which hammered St Lawrence University 4-0 and followed up with a goalless draw at Makerere University Business School (Mubs).

“We shall build on that result we picked against Mubs and improve on our scoring on the road. I think we just need to carry on playing as we have been; the boys know their job and we want to continue our run,” Sebuliba added.

However, Kumi University will have to put in a countless performance against powerhouse Nkumba University side to pick up their first win of the season. Kumi University picked up a vital point in Kampala against St Lawrence, and this is the motivation they have when they take on Nkumba.

“We basically played a good game, but we failed to convert most of our chances and that haunted us after the 90 minutes against St Lawrence University but there is great improvement within the team,” Kumi’s coach Simon Opio said.

“We have heard they are a very good and strong team and we have put in extra effort in training this entire week to handle them.

“A point against Nkumba would do us better,” Opio added.

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