Museveni thanks Eng. Kiggundu, Electoral Commission bosses

Museveni thanks Eng. Kiggundu, Electoral Commission bosses

From 2002, Mr. Kiggundu as EC head oversaw three presidential contests all won by the incumbent Yoweri Museveni President Museveni has lauded out-going Electoral Commission chairman, Dr Badru Kiggundu and his top management team for a job well done. Dr Kiggundu who Museveni recently appointed to chair a project steering committee to oversee the successful […]

Togo friendly loss hurts Uganda Cranes’ FIFA ranking

Togo friendly loss hurts Uganda Cranes’ FIFA ranking

In contrast, Togo  made a leap seven places up from 100 to 93. Uganda have dropped out of the top 65 in the latest FIFA World Ranking as they prepare to head to Gabon for the African Cup of Nations finals. Micho Sredojevic’s side are down to 72nd place from 65th in the latest list […]

What next for Somalia?: Challenges of building a national army and keeping peace

The African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) was created with an initial six month mandate. Subsequent renewals of this mandate by the African Union peace and security council have also been authorized by the UN Security Council. At the beginning AMISOM had the objective of keeping peace in the country and to support the Somali Transitional Federal […]

Long Jump History – Ancient To Modern Olympics

[ad_1] Long jump history arches back thousands of years to the ancient Olympic Games in Greece. In those days it was a part of the pentathlon event, and this makes it one of the oldest track and field events and the oldest jumping event in athletics. The original Olympics were a competition and training ground […]

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