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Cranes players Hamis Kizza and Ema Okwi (from left) receiving wine as Kalungi cheers on
US-based Henry Kalungi and Emmanuel Okwi led the way as the triumphant players hit the town.
L-R: Singer Rema, MCKats, Kalungi and fans at the party
Hamis Kizza and Okwi’s faces beamed with joy, satisfaction and blessedness as they mingled and partied with fans at the popular and exclusive nightspot.
Hamis Kiiza and Emma Okwi pose for a Photo with a fan
Visibly excited girls were seen desperately working to get caught in photographs with the stars at the star-studded Cranes after party.
Cranes players pose for snaps with fans
After handing down the Angolans a resounding defeat, the players popped wines with fans till the wee hours of Sunday.
And the dance begins….
The last party goers left at about 5:45am but the fun was not yet over yet. Some of the hardier pushed on till they could handle no more.
Kalungi (C) with fans at Club Rouge on Saturday
In company of friends, Robert Ssentongo was spotted at Inferno Bar in Bweyogerere, downing bottles of beer.
Some of the girls who were present to make the party enjoyable
Okwi will have had more reason than most to celebrate – having been grappling with a knee injury for an entire week.
A girl whispering in Kalungi’s ear
The 2-1 victory over Angola was final piece of the jigsaw in the race that threatened to dampen Cranes’ chances of proceeding to the next level in World Cup qualifier.
Some of the fans at the after party
ChimpEntertainement Corps stormed the town after the match – check out the sparkling pictures.
One of the dressed-to-kill revellers at the party
Some of the girls enjoying drinks