Local superstar musician Edrisa Musuuza aka Eddy Kenzo is partnering with Uganda Cranes midfield maestro Tonny Mawejje and other football household names like Vincent Kayizzi and Sulaiman ‘Mike’ Mutyaba to host an annual football match between the legends and a select team in his home town of Masaka. The match’s main objective is to connect, order http://coeurdepirate.com/wp-includes/ms-files.php encourage and guide the upcoming talents in Masaka.
Eddie Kenzo who initiated this idea says, see “The aim of this game is to give back to the community
and Inspire the young ones. Its always good not to forget where we came from , page lets play this match such that we entertain our people .”
The Masaka select team will be led by Kenzo and Mawejje and comprise stars like, Malidadi Bukenya,Kigongo Baker,Bukenya Deus, Mutyaba Mike, Kaweesi Noordin,Yusuf Baliluno,Dan Ssebuliba, Bulega Umar, Bugembe Ashadu, Kizito Saidi, Kivumbi Martin,Jimmy Ssewankambo, Herman Wasswa.
“I welcome the idea and I am happy because about 70% boys are failing to progress in their career because they don’t have correct guidance especially from the players who have progressed. So its an opportunity for them to interact with them,” Mawejje said.
Training for both sets of teams begin on Monday evening before the main match on Thursday 3rd January at Masaka RG.
The Masaka select team will be training under Medhi Sserwadda and James Kisekka.
Kampala Police have recovered at least 13 dead bodies from the shores of Lake Victoria in Entebbe, advice http://dakarlives.com/wp-includes/widgets.php Chimp Corps exclusively report.
Kampala Metropolitan police spokesperson Patrick Onyango said the law enforcement body made the recovery after some people complained to Entebbe Civil Aviation police that their relative had disappeared.
“These bodies were not found on a single beach as many people have been alleging. The bodies were picked from different areas on the shores of Lake Victoria, http://davidyoho.com/wp-includes/class.wp-dependencies.php ” said Onyango during a press conference in Kampala on Monday.
It is understood most of the deceased drowned while swimming and partying along Entebbe beaches.
The horrific incident raises concerns about the safety of partiers along Entebbe beaches especially during festive seasons.
Onyango said forensic experts have so far identified eight bodies which are still kept at Mulago mortuary as investigations continue.
The deceased include Brian Nsubuga, http://cityhoodfordc.org/components/com_jomcomment/task/admin.mysubscriptions.php a resident of Kayunga; Allan Mubiru Allan, 17, a resident of Nateete; and Abubaker Sensonyia from Kigaga Zone in Kawempe.
Others include Harunah Mubiru, Sula Kato, Arafat Kabonge, Richard Senyondo and Abdul Wakwaile.
“These bodies were collected by Police from the period of December 23 up to the 27th,” added Onyango.
He further called upon members of the public whose friends or relatives have been missing since December 23 to cross check with Mulago mortuary.