Rwanda Kingpin Joins Azam, Avoids KCCA ‘Wrath’

Kenyan giants, viagra sale Gor Mahia Fc have received a huge financial boost ahead of Cecafa after President Uhuru Kenyatta offered to provide 30 Air return tickets to Dar Es Salaam for the whole travelling contingent.

The team lost the shirt sponsors last year and have been financially constrained, order a situation that led the champions to call for a fundraiser.

Kenyatta’s offer was delivered by the country’s Ministry of Sports, Arts and Culture in the fundraising drive that climaxed at a club in Nairobi on Tuesday evening.

Several other politicians and personalities presented their contributions in cash totalling to about Kshs.2M [Ushs.64M].

Gor Mahia Fc will begin their campaign on Saturday against hosts Young Africans in the opening match to be played at the National stadium Dar Es Salaam.

The two are in group A alongside KMKM (Zanzibar), Al Khartoum (Sudan) and Djibouti Telecom. The best three teams from this group will qualify for the quarter final stages.
Amavubi midfield maestro, pharm Jean-Baptiste ‘Migi’ Mugiraneza has officially signed a two year deal at Tanzanian ice-cream makers, Azam Fc.

The defensive midfielder was part of the squad that won the Rwanda first division league with army side APR Fc.

“Jean-Baptiste Mugiraneza Migi has been training with the squad (Azam Fc). He has so far played two friendly games and impressed coach Stewart Hall who has requested we sign him immediately,” a translated statement from the club read Tuesday.


The player will however turn out for APR Fc in the upcoming Cecafa games and is expected to join his new team after the two-week tourney.

“He will rejoin his club APR Fc for the Kagame cup assignment but will return to Azam immediately thereafter,” the statement continued.

Azam Fc is paired with Ugandan giants KCCA Fc together with Malakia Fc (S.Sudan) and Adama City (Ethiopia).

On the other hand APR is pooled alongside Al Shandy (Sudan), LLB AFC (Burundi) and Somalia’s Heegan FC   in group B.

Migi will become the second player from Rwanda in Azam’s books, the first being  former Amavubi captain Patrick Mafisango earlier signed before his untimely demise in a car accident in 2012.

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