Kyesimira signed a two-year contract of shepherding BUL as their head coach after the dismissal of his predecessor, Peter Onen whom the team directors faulted for poor performance and failure to win a match in the second round of this season.
“We invited 30 players from different schools and selected football clubs all over the country, with most of them lacking match experience but after this one- week training am sure they can hustle all the tasks ahead of them,” she said.
Mukoghotya who spoke to journalists after the match, said he is playing good football to earn himself a place in Congo's national team. "The reasons i keep persistent and focused on playing good football is to strive and earn myself a slot back home in the Congo national team," he said.
“First matches are always hard for all teams but my boys managed to follow the instructions and our style of play, earning us these three points,” he says. Express FC’s George Ssimwogerere blamed his loss on what he termed as strict FUFA laws.
A number of residents accused the Buikwe District Land Board and Area Land boards of mismanaging land matters in the district and pleaded with the Inspectorate of Government to take keen interest in land matters in the area.
The road leading to Gulama, Kiyindi and Najja from Nyenga trading centre, is in a sorry state despite its traffic volume and economic significance to fishing communities. Close to 100 heavy load truck use the road on a daily basis. In a similarly poor condition is the road to Buikwe via Najja to Kiyindi.