Saad Kibirango has promised to score goals for The Saints.
Kibirango joins on a yearlong loan from Uganda Premier League side Lweza FC.
The midfielder started training Monday with his new teammates and was very excited to be part of the Sainthood.
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Kibirango joins forwards Alex Kitata, Viane Ssekajugo, Fred Kyambadde, Nicholas Odong and Jordan Tamale in the offence as The Saints continues to seek promotion to the top flight.
Saints Coach Mark Twinamatsiko said: “We are happy to have Kibirango on our team, he’s a fantastic player. We hope to make a few more additions to the squad before this window ends.”
The Saints officially resumed training today at Namboole ahead of the FUFA Big League second round that starts mid next month.
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Fighting occurred among drunken youth during the after-party at a wedding in Kabaale village, attracting police’s attention.
Cops from a nearby station intervened in a bid to arrest the situation but later started shooting as the scuffle got out of hand.
Senyama was shot in the right leg and is now under medical attention at Rakai hospital.
Officer Ochan was arrested immediately and according to information from his superiors, he had not been deployed at this place.
“We are inquiring why the police officers resorted to shooting at people attending a party,” said the deputy police spokesperson, Polly Namaye.
“Meanwhile we have the OC in custody, because the DPC at the station says he was in a wrong place at the time.”
Ochan joins Sembabule chief detective Geoffrey Mwiima who was arrested on January 2 over abuse of office. Mwiima reportedly let suspects out of cells before stealing their possessions kept at the station as exhibits.
Last week, Old Kampala DPC Joram Mwesigye was suspended for shamelessly clobbering journalists who wee covering a peaceful city protest organised by unemployed youth.