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help geneva;”>Bobby told the FUFA weekly press conference at the federation headquarters in Mengo that he was not certain of the captain’s recovery period.
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Martin Kayongo Mutumba who features for AIK FC, a Premier League club in Sweden is on the list.
FUFA is nearing total completion of the process to secure him a Ugandan passport. Mutumba is born to Mr. Joseph Mutumba Kayongo and Mary Kayongo Mutumba who have lived in Sweden since 1970s.
Although Mutumba posses a Swedish Passport, the Ugandan government accepts duo citizenship.
FUFA President Lawrence Mulindwa and the federation spokesperson Rogers Mulindwa have been pursuing the Mutumba matter since Uganda played the last qualifiers match against Kenya.
The player was also in Uganda between 14-18, January this year for issues related to the same development. While in Uganda, Mutumba met Bobby and promised to offer his best during the campaign.
All the passport office demands, except the letter for criminal records, were submitted to the ministry of internal affairs along Jinja road before the player returned to Sweden.
Interpol in Sweden has now issued a statement indicating a clean criminal record for Mutumba and this will be added on his file shortly after receiving it in Kampala.
The detailed list has Goalkeepers Denis Onyango (Mamelodi Sundowns, SA), Dhaira Abby (IBV, Iceland) and Kimera Ali a local based player featuring for Victors FC. The defenders include Simeon Masaba (URA), Walusimbi Godfrey (Bunamwaya), Mwesigwa Andrew (Ordabasy, Kazakhstan), Kavuma Habib (APR, Rwanda), Isaac Isinde (St. George, Ethiopia), Kalungi Henry (Richmond Kickers, USA) and Wasswa Hassan (Kayseri Erciyesspor, Turkey).
The midfielders are Oloya Moses (Saigon Xuan Thanh, Vietnam), Michael Mutyaba (Al Merreikh- Sudan), Ochan Patrick (TP Mazembe- DR Congo), Matovu Sula (St. George- Ethiopia), Mawejje Tonny (Golden Arrows- South Africa), Kayongo Martin Mutumba (AIK FC- Sweden), Dan Wagaluka (APR- Rwanda) and Kayizzi Vincent from URA FC.
The list also has Sserumaga Mike (St. George-Ethiopia), Massa Geoffrey (Nicosia-Cyprus), Emmanuel Okwi (Simba-Tanzania), Umony Brian (Becamex Binh Duong- (Vietnam) and Geoffrey Sserunkuuma (Vasco Dagama-South Africa). Uganda plays Congo on Wednesday 29th this month.
The federation will shortly issue the details of the training program.
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He said MUBS asked for knowledge which is a correct vision. The University currently has a student population of 15,700 being served by 350 academic staff.
President Museveni further congratulated the management of MUBS for their correct prioritization of having a library and lecture theatres other than dormitories. He strongly advised the management to emulate Mbarara University of Science and Technology (MUST) and start another faculty like that for science teachers who are now on great demand.
On the issue of internship for students from Universities, President Museveni directed the Ministry of Education and Sports to have a proper plan for the programme as students, especially girls, are vulnerable to unscrupulous people at the time of searching for placement for internship.
On the students’ study loan scheme, the President said that the programme could not take off immediately because government had to deal with issues pertaining to electricity development which programme was blocked by some MPs and in the past 7 years, government was spending over Shs.1.5 trillion to subsidize power generation sector in the country. He, however, gave assurances that the students’ loan scheme will now be looked into.
The Minister of Education and Sports, Major Jessica Alupo reported that her Ministry contributed over Shs. 8 billion out of the over Shs.13 billion spent on the construction of the new MUBS’ library that has a sitting capacity of 1000.
She, however, congratulated the students and staff of MUBS for being very disciplined and shunning strikes.
The Chairman of the Council of MUBS, Dr. Colin Sentongo, said that with the new library now in place, research by students of the institution will greatly improve.
The Principal MUBS, Professor Wasswa Balunywa, expressed the need for support in the area of training the staff at doctoral level.