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However, Nsanja was worried of the Kenyan Parliamentary team that has more young generations but insisted that they will not disappoint Uganda.
Uganda will be opening up the title defence today (Sunday) in Nakivubo against Burundi.
Tom Lwanga, the Uganda Parliament coach, confirmed that he has enough players to help him retain the trophy.
“Nothing can obstruct Uganda from retaining the trophy and by the fact that we had enough time for training, there won’t be any to complaint and excuse for failure,” said the former KCC FC player.
Nsereko trying out his skill in the last inter-parliamentary games won by Uganda
The Uganda parliamentary team is expected to wear the yellow jersey although some team players don’t belong to NRM that has domestic colours of yellow.
MP Mohamed Nsereko (Kampala central) who was sent away from NRM is expected to lead Uganda’s striking line.
FIXTURES FOR THE EAST AFRICAN COMMUNITY INTER-PARLIAMENTARY SPORTS TOURNAMENT DECEMBER 8th – 14th 2013 KAMPALA, UGANDA