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    Onduparaka Blame Licensing Issues, Travelling 500Kms And Playing 2 Games In 3 Days For KCCA’s Humiliating 8-0 Defeat…

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    KCCA FC have thrashed West Nile giants Onduparaka FC 8 goals to nothing, to climb top of the UPL table with maximum six points from two games at Lugogo.

    “We Played Express FC Last Saturday and then Travelled over 500+ KMs arrived Sunday.  The boys had to rest for a day only then play KCCA today.  A few licensing issues also hindered some of the 1st team players from playing,” the caterpillars tweeted after the defeat.

    They however conceded that they have learnt a lot from the defeat and they are going to reorganize themselves and bounce back stronger

    For KCCA, the start is good, and the Ssenyonjo, Aheebwa duo was unstoppable. The two have scored 7 goals between themselves.

    How The Caterpillars Conceded All The 8 Goals;

    Ssenyonjo almost broke the deadlock for KCCA but Ajobe Mahadi cleared his lines.

    By the 20th minute, new recruit Brian Aheebwa netted the first on his home debut for the club, after wonderful hold up play from Ssenyonjo for the assist.

    In the 23rd minute, Herbert Achai with a long cross attempt from 35 yards caught the keeper napping off his line to extend KCCA FC’s lead. It was such a beauty.

    Ssenyonjo Samuel in the 28th minute scored with too much ease. The teenager was having a time of his life. He got his 5th goal for the club in 6 games. Brian Aheebwa assisted him.

    37: minutes into the game, Ssenyonjo Samuel capitalized on a spilled ball from the Caterpillar’s custodian off a shot from Aheebwa and the teenager tapped in.

    On the halftime mark, Kigozi Andrew was fouled in the box. Penalty was awarded to KCCA and Brian Aheebwa stepped up to convert from 12 yards to get his second goal on the day and his 3rd for KCCA in two games.

    6:0: In the 57th minute, the teenage player Samuel Ssenyonjo again displayed top class calmness and slotted home from Keziron Kizito’s assist.

    Brian Aheebwa in the 65th minute bagged his hat trick.

    73′ (8-0): In the 73 minute, Brian Aheebwa scored his fourth in the game, and 8th for the home side.

     

    By Baron Kironde

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    KCCA FC Contracts Sarjan To Construct MTN – Omondi Stadium, Results Expected Within 2 Years…

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    Kampala and Uganda’s traditional football giants, KCCA FC have a moved a step further to development as a football club by pushing for the construction of their Lugogo based home stadium.

    Following the bidding process for the construction of the MTN – Omondi Stadium, KCCA announced that Sarjan Construction was selected as the contractors for the scheduled construction works.

    “The site has been handed over to Sarjan Construction to commence works for the first phase of construction. These works are expected to last a period of 18 months,” KCCA revealed.

    KCCA can live up to the hype if they can compete favorably not only on the pitch but in other aspects as well, like accommodative infrastructure.

    In the recent continental clubs engagement for instance, KCCA had to host a crucial game away from home at Kitende based St. Mary’s Stadium, home to their local rivals Vipers SC.

    In the meantime, KCCA’s offices and all football activities will remain at MTN – Omondi Stadium during the first phase of construction.

    “In this fast-moving environment, we will issue more updates when appropriate,” an official statement from the management of KCCA FC reads in part.

     

    By Baron Kironde

     

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    Zebra Was Killed By Security Personnel – M7 Recounts How Boxing Champion Mando Was Shot Dead, Says His Killers Will Pay Heavily…

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    President Yoweri Museveni has revealed that it’s security personnel that killed former Bombers captain Zebra Ssenyange alias Mando.

    The boxing champion was shot dead yesterday morning.

    “When I heard of the unfortunate death of Isaac Ssenyange alias Mando Zebra, Uganda’s boxer and former captain of the Bombers. I telephoned his wife who narrated to me the events in detail,” Museveni disclosed.

    The president also disclosed that Zebra was an NRM supporter, and was mobilising for his political party so well. The president added that he was also training many youth in the ghetto and giving them hope in their search for meaningful life.

    “Indeed, Zebra was meant to come and see me when he was killed,” the president admitted.

    Museveni intimated that Zebra’s wife told him that people in police uniform came to pick Zebra but he jumped over the wall and could have met another group who shot him.

    “At first I thought they were thugs disguising in uniform, but as I continued investigations, I found out that Zebra was killed by security personnel,” Museveni disclosed.

    Museveni with regret said; “This is sad and devastating and I am very sorry about this. I will keep on this case and will bring every finding to the knowledge of his family and the murderers will be dealt with accordingly.”

     

    By Baron Kironde

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    Robert “Soldier boy” Mukasa Who Was Abducted On The Night Of Zebra Ssenyange’s Murder Has Also Been Found Dead…

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    On Tuesday night, December 30, 2020, yet-to-be identified gunmen shot dead former national boxing team captain Zebra Ssenyange aka Mando in Bugalani zone in Bwaise III, Kawempe Division, Kampala.

    On their way to commit this gruesome murder, the assailants abducted Robert Mukasa alias Soldierboy from a night parking spot he was guarding in Bwaise to direct them to Ssenyange’s home.

    After killing Ssenyange, they drove off with Mukasa to an unknown location and he stayed missing for the bigger part of yesterday.

    Unfortunately, he has been found dead near Bombo Barracks in Luweero District. It is believed that the same assailants that killed his friend Ssenyange the night before killed him.

    Sources say that Mukasa has been living with Ssenyange and that he (Ssenyange) has been his boxing coach.

    Yesterday, Police said that they have started investigating Ssenyange’s murder in order to bring those who killed him to book, but by press time, they have not yet pronounced themselves about Mukasa’s murder.

     

    By Norman Isaac Mwambazi

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