Guiao sees ‘game-changer’ SC ruling on PSC share of Pagcor profits

first_imgNLEX coach Yeng Guiao. (File photo by TRISTAN TAMAYO / coach Yeng Guiao said he is optimistic that the Supreme Court will rule in favor of a petition he filed that seeks to compel the Philippine Gaming and Amusement Corp. (Pagcor) to remit to the Philippine Sports Commission its full share of the gaming agency’s earnings.Guiao said a favorable ruling by the Supreme Court could be a “game changer” for Philippine sports.ADVERTISEMENT Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ Last year, for example, Pagcor grossed P55.06 billion in revenues—a record for the agency.But the PSC’s share from that pie amounted to P1.26 billion. While that was an increase of P235 million remitted to the PSC in 2015, it was still way off the approximately P2.8 billion that the sports-funding agency should have gotten.Guiao said the money deficit his resolution would cover will provide the PSC with additional funding, not only for the training of elite athletes from targeted sports and the building of a wide grassroots base but also give sports officials the chance to put up a sports training facility outside Metro Manila.“We can, for example, seriously study building a training center in Clark,” said Guiao.Triathlon star Nikko Huelgas, the Southeast Asian Games gold medalist who was with Guiao on the show, admitted that training outside of Metro Manila was a huge factor in his successful bid to rule the biennial meet in back-to-back editions.ADVERTISEMENT Search on for 5 Indonesians snatched anew in Lahad Datu Archers, Tams brawl again in preseason, this time in Davao City Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks PLAY LIST 01:40Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks01:32Taal Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite “The training environment is better, there’s less distractions and you can really focus on your preparation,” said Huelgas.The national sports program has long been hampered by a lack of solid funding and sports officials have always pointed to that as the reason for every debacle Team Philippines sufferes in the SEA Games, Asian Games or the Olympics.And Guiao hopes a favorable Supreme Court ruling can remedy that situation.“There’s no other way to interpret the [PSC] law,” said Guiao. “The wording is very specific when it comes to the PSC’s share of Pagcor’s revenues.”“I’m hoping we can get a ruling this year,” Guiao added. “At the latest, we’re looking at early next year. Our lawyers are constantly working on it.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next National Historical team rescues Amorsolos, artifacts from Taal Bishop Baylon encourages faithful in Albay to help Taal evacuees MOST READ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View comments Hotdog’s Dennis Garcia dies Marcosian mode: Duterte threatens to arrest water execs ‘one night’ Britain’s Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to give up royal titles Britain’s Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to give up royal titles LATEST STORIES “It is a big boost to the perennial problem of having too little funds for our sports programs,” said Guiao Thursday, behind the scenes of his guesting on Sports IQ, the Inquirer’s multi-platform live sports talk show.“If the Supreme Court rules in our favor, and I’m optimistic it will, that will be a game changer,” he added.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’Section 26 of Republic Act 6847, the law that created the PSC, clearly states that “5 percent of Pagcor’s gross income shall be automatically remitted directly to the PSC.”“All the PSC is getting right now is less than 2.5 percent of Pagcor’s earnings,” Guiao later explained during the show. “That means the PSC is getting below half of what it is lawfully theirs.” Police seize P68-M worth of ‘shabu’ in Pasaylast_img read more

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Rights Group Alleges Abuse in Lofa Prison

first_imgA Local Human Rights Monitoring Group has raised alarm over conditions in one of the prisons in northern Liberia, Lofa County to be precise, alleging that it is “appalling” and that they were  investigating allegations of overcrowding and abuse.“It is a national problem,” Losene B. Fofana, head of Human Rights Monitor for Lofa County told his colleagues when he presented the plight of human rights abuses in his County.He released the reports recently at the opening of two-day Regional Planning and Strategy Meetings between human rights monitors of Bong and Lofa Counties.The meeting was under the theme, “Renewing the Social Contract: Strengthening the Promotion and Protection of Human Rights in Liberia.”The gathering, held in Gbarnga, the capital city of Bong County was organized by Rights and Rice Foundation, a local social justice advocacy group and Search of Common Ground, with funding from the European Union (EU).In his presentation, Fofana informed the gathering that Lofa County, one of the largest counties in Liberia, has only one prison facility.“Everywhere in Lofa,” Fofana said, “inmates are suffering, because there is only a single prison compound in the area. It was built to accommodate 40 prisoners, but it is now hosting over 100.  The prison yard is congested. The nature of where they sleep, the atmosphere is not conducive. They don’t have even a blanket to lie on.”He asserted that if a prisoner were to die in the Lofa cell, it could be regarded as thought government actively abused or neglected them.“The condition of dehumanization of the human person in the prison will make him die,” Fofana maintained.Another reason of the inmates crowding the prisons, he said, are detainees waiting months or even years for trials.Giving situation reports on the legal system in the county, Fofana said Judges, including Magistrates, were receiving money with the intent of compromising human rights abuse cases in the county. “The way they dispense justice in Lofa is quite slow. And at times, you tend to find out that only a single case can be dispose of during a court’s term of 42 days.”“Even, if you were to file a complaint to the court, you would bear all of the expenditures, including transporting court’s officers or police officers. You have to buy food for them and then pay the arresting fees among others,” Fofana’s report further alleged.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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Never Too Late to Say ‘I Do’

first_imgNo matter how old you are, like Mr. & Mrs. James Doe, or how long you’ve been dating the father of your children and watching their children grow until you have become a great grandparent, there is always a chance that that reluctant lover will one day say ‘I do.’An intriguing love story has inspired us at LIB Life to tell its narrative. It is about a couple who has been together for 40 years, gave birth to seven children and finally ending up with 16 grandchildren and one great grand – a Brady Bunch sized family that went through most of their life living ‘legally’ as a couple, but without the wedding rings to match.In Liberia, it is somewhat unthinkable to ask a couple who has spent almost their entire lives together if they are legally married, especially when everyone calls their serious boyfriend and girlfriend ‘my husband’ and ‘my wife.’ It’s hard to figure out whether they are telling the truth, or not.Mrs. Lucia L. MorWaker and Pa Pa James Weah Doe (as he is affectionately called) married recently at the home of Mr. & Mrs. Alexander Peal, where he works. Pa Pa James was once the caregiver of the late William Thomas, uncle of Mrs. Emily Guegbeh Peal. The two newlyweds have been together for 40 years, prior to tying the knot!During the wedding, there were scenes of exceeding joy across the table as the Mombo and Tarloh families extended their thanks and appreciation for all the services Pa Pa had rendered the late Uncle William. Long overdue in a formal sense, Mr. & Mrs. James Doe extended their appreciation to Amb. & Mrs. Dew Tuan Wleh Mayson, Captain Samuel Mayson, Dr. & Mrs. Robert Mayson, the Mombo and Tarloh families and the Weah Doe children for a grand and splendid wedding.Meanwhile, the question is, why did they waited so long to tie the knot? Though our reporter was unable to ask the couple directly, in Liberia there is a tendency for couples to invest years, even decades in a relationship without getting married.Just because a man and a woman plays house for many years, that does not mean they’ll get married or even stay faithful to one another during those years. In most cases, a few men who were asked why they spent so many years with the same women, but didn’t marry them said that their decision not to marry was based on their income.“I need money to marry. First there is the wedding fee, buying the food and drinks and making sure my wife looks good that day. After that, I can’t take her to the same place we have been living before we got married; therefore, I have to have money to be able to move my family to a better place.”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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Reflections on the Latest Reshuffle

first_imgPresident Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf on Wednesday undertook a Cabinet reshuffle naming a leading Liberian diplomat as the Minister of Foreign Affairs, the third woman to hold that position. The first was Madam D. Musuleng Cooper and the second, Madam Olubanke King Akerele who, like Ms. Kamara, worked for many years with the United Nations.There were three other major subjects of the Cabinet reshuffle. The first was Lewis Brown, Minister of Information, Culture and Tourism (MICAT) who was appointed Liberian Ambassador to a yet unnamed country. The second was Youth and Sports Minister Eugene Nagbe, who succeeds Brown at MICAT, while the third was Internal Affairs Minister Dr. Henrique Tokpa, former President of Cuttington University.This was certainly not an earthshaking Cabinet reshuffle. Ms. Kamara only succeeds Foreign Minister Augustine Ngafuan, who recently resigned in order to seek electoral office in the 2017 elections. It is not yet clear which office he seeks, though many believe he is either eying the presidency or positioning himself to be chosen as some standard bearer’s running mate. If the latter were true, that standard bearer remains to be seen. But Ngafuan, who is also a prolific poet, may like to see himself as Liberia’s next poet-President following the tradition of the first, President Edwin J. Barclay, author of several great poems, including the celebrated Liberian anthem, “The Lone Star Forever,” second only to President Daniel B. Warner’s the Liberian National Anthem, “All Hail Liberia, Hail.” Ambassador Lewis Brown, we are sure, is leaving MICAT in tears, but not because he is losing his ministerial position. No. Brown is a realist and knows that one who is afraid to get burnt should not enter the kitchen. Three things make his leaving sorrowful. First, he came into office shortly following the 2011 elections, and soon learned that GOL owed the Liberian media at the time hundreds of thousands of United States dollars. He launched a series of tough negotiations with senior media executives and soon realized that the media itself was divided between those who desired a “golden handshake” and those who desired only to be paid what GOL owed – nothing more, nothing less. The golden handshake was a lump sum payout each media house would receive, writing off GOL’s media debt. Under this arrangement, GOL would have overpaid some newspapers more than 10 times their due and underpaid other newspapers down to a fraction of what GOL actually owed. Some media houses, like the Daily Observer, declined the offer and continued to pursue full payment. After that flawed exercise, Minister Brown proceeded to develop a new procedure, by which MICAT would become a clearinghouse for all GOL advertisements. Upon publication, each media advertising invoice was to be sent to MICAT for vetting. This process was intended to minimize the careless misplacement of media invoices across government and promote a robust handling of GOL’s media bills. Well, Brown neglected the arrangement so it has become stagnant.Minister Brown is now gone and most of the media still have not been paid amounts owed over several years. In the case of the Daily Observer, the MICAT itself currently owes US$6,000, while the outstanding GOL bill due this newspaper is nearly US$50,000. Minister Brown, whether or not he chooses to, should shed tears over this travesty of justice for media houses, like other businesses, survive on timely payments by customers for their services. How else would they be empowered to pay reporters and staff adequately, obtain supplies, transportation and better equipment to produce better quality of news reporting, modernize and expand their facilities in step with the rest of African and other world media institutions?In short, Minister Brown did not fight for the media, not even for the government’s own broadcasting flag ship, the Liberia Broadcasting System (LBS), which endured many blackouts due to lack of fuel, particularly during the Ebola crisis when LBS should have been a major weapon of information against the deadly virus.The second reason for Brown’s tears is his and his government’s failure to rebuild the much needed National Cultural Center (NCC), after GOL sold Kendeja, NCC’s home to R.L. Johnson to build his tourist resort. GOL had 10 years and Minister Brown a full five years to rebuild this most vital of institutions, which represents the soul of Liberia—the NCC—but this has not been done.Brown’s third reason for tears is that he was handed a huge piece of land on which to build the National Library for Africa’s oldest independent republic that lacks a national library. Alas! It has not been built. That, most certainly is reason for tears—not Lewis Brown’s only, but the whole of Liberia—especially its children, students and the whole populace! The new Information Minister, Eugene Nagbe, surely has his work cut out for him. The sooner he gets started on it, the better; for, as Lewis Brown found out, time is an enemy, not a friend.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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Federer one win from becoming oldest number one

first_img“Tonight was complicated, I had to fight and struggle,” said Federer. “I had a good game plan going in, but I was never able to completely pull it off.“He came out with a clean start. I was serving well, that’s a great sign. I’d rather do that and return poorly.”Thursday’s win was Federer’s 13th in as many meetings against Kohlschreiber.The first set was a 54-minute struggle with the top seed having to work hard against the veteran German who was broken for the only time in the match when he double-faulted to hand Federer a 6-5 lead in the second set.Federer, the 20-time Grand Slam title winner, then eased to victory in the 12th game with a volley winner on second match point.The Swiss is excited about the possibility of returning to the top of the rankings 19 years after he played Rotterdam in 1999 on his first career wild card.“This is an exciting challenge, I’ve struggled to try and get there. I had to win a lot of matches last year,” said Federer, who was world number one for the first time in February 2004.However, he was last at the summit in October 2012 and slumped to 17 in the world in January last year.“I never imagined this after my (February 2016) knee surgery. Number one is a tough place to get to.“The most important thing is to be healthy, I would have had great regrets if I had not come here this week. I’m very excited for tomorrow’s match, I can’t wait for it to come around.”Bulgarian Dimitrov had to fight hard to see off Serbia’s Krajinovic © AFP/File / Greg WoodSecond seed Grigor Dimitrov outlasted Serbia’s Filip Krajinovic 7-6 (7/4), 7-5 to also reach the quarter-finals.Dimitrov has now reached a second straight quarter-final in the Dutch city, advancing with 13 aces and saving all four break points he faced.The Bulgarian will face Andrey Rublev on Friday after the 20-year-old Russian struggled for nearly two hours before finally seeing off Damir Dzumhur 6-4, 7-6 (7/4).Rublev, the world number 34, forced his Bosnian opponent to save 10 of 15 break points while he saved nine of 13.Russian Daniil Medvedev joined his compatriot in the last eight by beating Pierre-Hugues Herbert of France 3-6, 7-6 (7/2), 6-4.The two-and-a-quarter-hour contest featured 13 aces from the loser and just four from the winner.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Switzerland’s Roger Federer returns against Germany’s Alexander Zverev during their men’s singles round-robin match on day three of the ATP World Tour Finals tennis tournament at the O2 Arena in London on November 14, 2017 © AFP/File / Glyn KIRKROTTERDAM, Netherlands, Feb 15 – Roger Federer moved to within one victory of becoming the oldest man to take the world number one ranking on Thursday with a hard-fought 7-6 (10/8), 7-5 victory over Germany’s Philipp Kohlschreiber at the Rotterdam Open.The 36-year-old will now face Robin Haase in the quarter-finals on Friday.last_img read more

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John Stones would be ‘great’ buy for Man City, says former star

first_imgTrevor Sinclair says John Stones has the potential to be one of the greatest central defenders of all-time – and believes he would be an ideal addition for Manchester City.Stones, the subject of three failed bids from Chelsea in the summer, has been outstanding for Everton since making his Premier League breakthrough and impressed for England against France last month.Everton are determined to keep hold of the 21-year-old but City certainly have the money to make a tempting offer, and Sinclair believes he would be well worth a massive transfer fee.“Stones is potentially one of the best ever,” said the former City star, speaking on the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast.“The way he is playing, he is going to inspire a new generation of centre-halves who want to play, who don’t want to just hoof it, who want to get the ball down and have the confidence and the ability to get themselves out of tight situations and start attacks.“It would be great if they [City] could get someone like John Stones. [But] I’m sure Everton don’t want to let him go and I’m sure there will be a lot of big teams in for him because he is top drawer.”last_img read more

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Whittier Rio Hondo AIDS

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORESanta Anita opens winter meet Saturday with loaded card160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! WHITTIER – Fourteen years ago, a Whittier mother grieving over the loss of her son to AIDS decided to do something to improve the lot of those living with the disease.Today, the nonprofit Whittier Rio Hondo AIDS Project serves more than 100 people with HIV/AIDS in the Whittier area, holds more than 1,200 educational outreach programs annually at schools, community health fairs and other venues, and provides confidential HIV testing.And Doris Wahl, who founded the organization in 1992 and nourished it into the area’s main HIV/AIDS-prevention resource, is stepping down as its executive director.“It’s the right time,” said Wahl, 71, who is leaving Whittier and moving with her husband to Cathedral City, near Palm Springs.“I’ve taken the agency as far as I can, and I think it needs new energy to take it to the next level.”Throughout her time with the organization, Wahl’s inspiration had been the memory of her 27-year-old son, Christopher Wahl, who died from AIDS-related complications in 1989.“Seeing him go through the disease was so hard, I wanted to do something,” she said.But forming a nonprofit dependent largely on charitable donations to improve the lives of predominantly gay AIDS patients “was tough” from the beginning, said Wahl. “Back then, there was a lot of prejudice. People did not want to fund a `gay disease,”‘ she said.She also initially encountered friction from other AIDS organizations that viewed her group as a competitor for scarce funding. Serving what was then only a handful of clients from two small offices, Wahl often questioned whether she should carry on, she recalled.Eventually, however, former Los Angeles County Supervisor Deane Dana and Michael Weinstein, president of the AIDS Healthcare Foundation, the largest community-based HIV/AIDS medical provider in the nation, stepped in to help support Wahl’s efforts.“She worked to raise awareness that AIDS was not just something that happened in Hollywood or Long Beach, that it was also happening in Whittier, Pico Rivera and Santa Fe Springs,” Weinstein said.“She also gave courage to families living with AIDS, because she was a mother with a son who died of AIDS.”Today, the Whittier Rio Hondo AIDS Project operates from a large office on Colima Road, where it has been since 1998. It has partnerships with other agencies, allowing the project to offer outpatient medical care at its main location.Wahl twice has been named Woman of the Year – once by the California State Assembly and a second time by the California State Senate. In 2004, she founded the Christopher Wahl Youth Center in Whittier.The center serves as a safe after-school program for teens. It also makes information to teens on HIV prevention.“If you had to pick a face of Whittier, you would pick Doris,” said Elizabeth Mendia, who is replacing Wahl as the new executive director of the AIDS Project.“She has shown such strength of character in keeping this organization going and done so much to better the lives of families living with AIDS.” HIV / available 698-0955, Ext. 3028last_img
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first_imgFinn Harps got their competitive campaign off to a solid start with a 4-1 win against the Mayo League in the League Cup this afternoon.A scrappy first half exploded into life in the second as Harps turned the screw on the home side at Milebush Park in Castlebar.Mayo’s cause wasn’t helped when their goalkeeper was sent of for a last man challenge on Michael Funston who was through on goal. Goals by Matt Harkin, James Doherty, Mark Brolly and Tommy McBride gave Harps a comfortable victory.There will be tougher tests ahead but Peter Hutton will be happy with how his side performed – especially in the second half.   HARPS OVERCOME MAYO 4-1 IN LEAGUE CUP was last modified: March 3rd, 2013 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) Tags:finn harpsLeague CupMayo Leaguelast_img read more



first_imgGARDAI are investigating the death of a man on a Co Donegal pier.His body was located on a pier in Killybegs in the early hours of the morning.It’s understood the dead man was from Norway and had been returning to a trawler when he slipped and fell. Local people were in shock this evening after learning of the death.Gardai do not suspect foul play in the incident but have launched an investigation on behalf of the coroner’s office.Colleagues on the Norwegian vessel are said to be ‘distraught’ at the man’s death.“This is a terrible tragedy,” said one local businessman tonight. “It appears this young man had been in Killybegs for a few days and had been out on Saturday night in the town.“It looks as if this was just a terrible accident.”   HEARTACHE AS FISHERMAN DIES ON DONEGAL PIER was last modified: March 17th, 2013 by BrendaShare 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:HEARTACHE AS FISHERMAN DIES ON DONEGAL PIERlast_img read more


Vipers hold defending champions Azam FC to draw in Kagame cup

first_img Tags: Kagame CECAFA Cup 2018miguel da costatadeo lwangatopvipers sc Dan Sserunkuma was on the score-sheet again on Sunday (Photo by Agencies)CECAFA Kagame cup 2018Vipers 1-1 Azam FC Chamazi stadium, TanzaniaSunday, 01-07-2018Uganda premier league champions Vipers SC played out to a second consecutive 1-1 draw at the ongoing 2018 CECAFA Kagame cup.After a disappointing draw against Zanzibar’s JKU FC on Friday, Vipers again shared the spoils with defending champions Azam FC (1-1) at the Chamazi stadium on Sunday to take their points tally to two in as many games.Like it was the case against JKU, the Venoms had to come from a goal down to get a point thanks to last season’s UPL top scorer Daniel Muzei Sserunkuma.The Tanzanians took the lead on the 22nd minute mark through Shaban Iddi but Sserunkuma was on hand to restore purity for Vipers eight minutes later.Vipers has now picked two points out of the possible six and will be back in action on Wednesday against South Sudan’s Kator FC.They now seat third on the four team log in Group B but only need to avoid defeat against the South Sudanese to ensure qualification to the quarter finals.What they said after the game:Tadeo Lwanga, Vipers SC captain.“We played against the defending champions on Sunday which is always tough.“They were at home too but we tried our best to neutralize them.“We played well and managed to score but it’s sad that we conceded again.“This means that we need to win our final game to ensure progression to the next round.Miguel da Costa, Vipers SC head coach.“It was a very tough game but getting a draw against the defending champions is very important for us.“We have a very young team so we are trying to keep in the competition.“When i look at the games we have played so far, we were far better this time round than in the first game.“We go into the last match knowing that if we win it, we are through to the next round, continued da Costa.“If we maintain the same attitude and sort the few issues we had in the last games, we will be able to win and progress.In the other group B game, Kator lost 2-0 to JKU in the earlier game on Sunday with Nassor Matar and Mussa Abrahaman on target for the islanders.In group B, Rwanda’s APR rallied from two goals down to make amends and force a draw with Gor Mahia of Kenya.In group C Simba SC and Singida, two Tanzanian clubs are in the same pool with Rwanda’s APR and Dekedaha FC from Somali.The event that was last held in 2015 saw Azam beat Gor Mahia in the final 2-0. The top two teams in each group and best two best third placed teams qualify for the quarterfinal.Vipers Line Up vs Azam FC:Vipers XI: Bashir Sekajja (G.K), Fred Okot, Yayo Lutimba, Bashir Asiku, Geofrey Wasswa, Tadeo Lwanga (Captain), Milton Karisa, Rahmat Senfuka, Brian Nkuubi, Dan Sserunkuma, Seninde DuncanCECAFA Kagame Cup 2018 other Results on Sunday -Jeshi la Kujenga Uchumi (Zanzibar) 2-0 Kator (South Sudan)-Rayon Sport (Rwanda) 2-2 Gor Mahia (Kenya)Monday Fixtures:-Singida United (Tanzania) Vs Dakadaha (Somalia) – National Stadium, 2PM-Simba (Tanzania)  Vs APR (Rwanda) – Chamazi Sports Complex, 4PMComments last_img read more

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