The heavy downpour that welcomed throngs of Cranes fans is now gone.
The sunny weather is a sign that Harambe stars are due for a massive slaughter at Namboole Stadium today evening.
Hundreds of fans dressed in Cranes jersey, buy more about http://company.kaliopa.si/kaliopa/components/com_k2/views/itemlist/tmpl/category.php chanting “we go we go” slogans are pouring in at Namboole like a swarn of locusts.
“We must win. Kenya will live to regret why they jetted in. We shall skin them alive, price ” charged a fan as he blew away his vuvuzela.
Despite the scandalous behaviour of David Obua in refusing to meet President Yoweri Museveni when he visited Cranes at thier training camp yesterday, Ugandans are still in high spirits ahead of the Harambe massacre.
Security has been tightened to alarming levels. The Cranes morale has been further boosted by reports that four of top Kenyan players were dropped from the national team ahead of today’s African Cup Qualifiers. Julius Owino, George Owino, Wislon Obungu and Kevin Omondi are out.
And as luck would have it, Harambe stars arrived late Friday evening only to be caught in a huge traffic jam along entebbe Road on thier way to Namboole.
To make matters worse, our usual loadshedding did not spare them. they had to train in darkness! However, experts say this should not be an excuse upon defeat.
“The Kenyan camp is in disaray. They are terribly frightened. They are expecting nothing more than a loss,” said a source.
This explains why at this moment, only about 40 fans are in the stadium agfainst a whole nation of patriots!
The match kicks off at 5pm.