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Gor Mahia striker, information pills Dan Sserukuma has been recalled to Uganda Cranes team in the place of injured Emma Okwi, dosage ChimpSport reports.

FUFA’s decision was based on Sserunkuma’s recent stunning performance in his local league.

In fact the Ugandan star scored a brace for Gor Mahia against AFC Leopards in the Kenyan Premier League derby on Sunday. The match ended 2 -all.

He joins fellow Kenyan based pros, ed Geoffrey ‘Baba’ Kizito, Godfrey ‘Jaja Walu’ Walusimbi and Khalid Aucho in the side.

The team is currently staying at Jinja Nile resort hotel as they train at Njeru Technical center, on artificial turf to get acclimatized to the same conditions of the pitch in Mauritania at the Olympic stadium.

Fufa further announced that Iceland based professional Tonny Mawejje (FC Valur), Kizito Luwagga and Moses Oloya are expected to join the rest on Thursday in Senegal.

The Uganda Cranes marked their maiden training session at the Njeru technical center in Jinja for the return leg against Mauritania.

The final travelling squad will be named on Wednesday evening.



The players currently in Camp:

Goal Keepers:

Benjamin Ochan and Robert Odongkara

The two goalkeepers in camp Benjamin Ochan (18) and Robert Odongkara join their goalkeeping coach, Fred Kajoba in training.


Andrew Mwesigwa (Captain), Godfrey Walusimbi, Savio Kabugo, Richard Kassaga, Denis Iguma, Isaac Isinde, Nicolas Wadada and Denis Okot.


Khalid Aucho, Allan Kyambadde, Geofrey ‘Baba’ Kizito, Faruku Miya and Brian Majwega.


Robert Ssentongo, Dan Sserunkuma, Brian Umony and Hamis ‘Diego’ Kizza
Just a few days after appointing a new Cabinet, story President Paul Kagame has made changes in the Foreign Affairs department, ed deploying former ministers to head the country’s diplomatic missions in foreign countries.

Former Sports and Culture Minister Protais Mitali has been appointed Rwanda’s Ambassador to Ethiopia.

Mitali was replaced with Rwanda’s favourite, dosage Joseph Habineza who has been serving as the country’s envoy to Nigeria.

Former State Minister for Infrastructure, Emma Francoise Isumbingabo will head Rwanda’s mission in Seoul, South Korea.

Isumbigaho was replaced by the powerful James Musoni.

Chimpreports understands that Dr Agnes Kalibata who until last week served as Minister of Agriculture and Animal Resources, has been deployed at the University of Rwanda (UR) as Deputy Vice Chancellor in charge of Institutional Advancement.

Dr Kalibata boasts a huge academic profile. She holds a doctorate in entomology from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

She also received a master’s degree in agriculture and a bachelor’s degree in entomology and biochemistry from Makerere University in Kampala.

Dr Kalibata also served as chairman of the board for the Institute of Agriculture and Animal Husbandry (ISAE) and as co-chairman of the National Clinical Research Center of Rwanda.

She has also been a member of the IFDC board of directors since 2008 and chairs the board’s Africa Committee.

Kalibata is a member of the Strategic Advisory Council for the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI).

According to details from today’s Cabinet meeting, Kagame nominated former Minister of East African Affairs, Jacqueline Muhongayire as a member of Rwanda senate.

She served for only one year as minister before being shown the exit.

Observers say the new appointments are aimed at boosting service delivery in Rwanda.

Last week, President Kagame officiated the Swearing in ceremony of Anastase Murekezi as the new Prime Minister.

Following his inauguration, Murekezi reshuffled the cabinet in agreement with the President in accordance with Article 116 of the Constitution.

Kagame thanked the previous cabinet for their hard work, saying the new cabinet would build on the existing accomplishments.

“This new cabinet is about building on the progress achieved to date, its role will be to continue working together for the benefits of all Rwandans,” said Kagame.

The new premier thanked the President for entrusting him with the new task and pledged full commitment.

“I am absolutely committed to serving my country,” said Murekezi.

The Cabinet made the following appointments:

Supreme Court

Mrs MURORA Beth: Permanent Secretary

Ministry of Health

Dr. HAKIBA ITULINDE Solange: Permanent Secretary


Mrs MUKARUBIBI Fatina: Permanent Secretary

Agriculture Ministry

Mr MUSABYIMANA Innocent: Permanent Secretary

University of Rwanda/Teaching Hospitals

Dr. Anita ASIIMWE: Head of Clinical Division

University of Rwanda

Dr. KALIBATA Mathilde Agnes: Deputy Vice Chancellor in charge of Institutional Advancement

Rwanda Energy Group

1. MUGIRANEZA Jean Bosco: Chief executive Officer/CEO

2. Board of Directors

Dr. MUSAFIRI Papias : Chairperson

Mrs RWEMA Alice: Vice Chairperson

Mr ILIBONEYE Jean Claude





3. Energy Development Company Ltd

Mr NYAMVUMBA Robert: Managing Director

4. Energy Utility Company Ltd

Mrs MBABAZI Odette: Managing Director

Water and Sanitation Corporation Ltd

Mr SANO James: Managing Director

Board of Directors:

Mrs UMUHUMUZA Gisele: Chairperson

Mr DUSHIMIMANA Lambert: Vice Chairperson

Mrs UMUHIRE Chantal

Mrs ABABO Peace





1. Rwanda National Investment Trust

Board of Directors

Mr Jonathan GATERA, Chairperson

Mrs Berinda BWIZA, Vice Chairperson

Mr PEMHIWA N. Hardy,


Mrs Carine UMUTONI,

Mrs Sandy RUSERA,


2. Capital Market Authority

Board of Directors

Mrs Staci Warden: Chairperson

Mr RWIGAMBA Eric: Vice Chairperson

Mrs KASANGWA Chantal

Mr SAGNA Ibrahim



Mr Robert MATHU

3. Special Guarantee Fund

Mr Joseph NZABONIKUZA: Director General

4. Rwanda Social Security Board (RSSB)

Mr SEBABI John Bosco: Deputy Director General in charge of Funds Management

Giles Muhame 

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