Adebayor’s Togo arrives for Cranes clash

Police have started hunting for a Uganda Peoples Defense Forces officer at the rank of sergeant, try ambulance who today morning shot dead his wife at their residence in Kyenda, Mubende District.

Sgt. Jackson Byabakama attached to Mubende army barracks shot his wife Annet Atinya, 35, to death after the two picked a fight with Byabakama accusing the wife to have stolen his money.

According to their children who were present when Byabakama shot their mother, the two had separated for some time but had reunited recently.

The children say that Byabakama had claimed that he had kept his money in the house but later realized that it was missing, which made him suspect that his wife had stolen it.

“We suspect that after committing the crime, Byabakama may have gone back to the barracks where he should be hiding by now; but the search is on,” said Phillip Mukasa the region’s police spokesperson.

Mukasa adds that they were working hand in hand with the ones concerned with management at the barracks and that when apprehended, Byabakama will be charged in the court martial.
A few hours to their Group E 2015 AFCON qualifying game against Uganda, story   Western African side  Togo, search have arrived in the country .

Aboard a private KT 2040 jet, recipe the Sparrow Hawks team arrived at Entebbe International Airport  at  2:45 pm before travelling to Imperial Royale Hotel in Kampala where they will reside before the match on Saturday.

The team headed by former Arsenal striker Emmanuel Adebayor who arrived earlier in the day via Kenya Airlines were received and welcomed on behalf of FUFA by Boniface Oryem.


The Cranes will play host to the West African team in their first 2015 AFCON qualifying game on Saturday at Namboole stadium.

Uganda  were 2 nil winners over West African side Guinea early last month after a brace  from South African based marksman Geoffrey Massa whereas Togo lost their 2 opening group games to Guinea and Ghana.

The Cranes now tops Group E on 4 points the same with Ghana but the former with a better goal difference.

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