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Kabaka Foundation Gets 70 Million Shillings Boost to fight Fistula

Princess Nalinya Victoria Nkizi hands over a cheque of Shs 70 million to the Kitovu Hospital patron Sister Maria Goretti

2016 Chan qualifiers

Saturday 4th July

Uganda [3] vs [0] Tanzania

Nakivvubo stadium

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Uganda Cranes head coach Milutin ‘Micho’ has revealed that only players who fall in the U23 category will travel to Malawi for the international friendly match to be played on Monday 6th July.

The Kobs are preparing for first leg of the final qualifying round clash against Egypt scheduled for 18th July in Alexandria.

Micho has therefore dropped two senior players; Julius Ntambi and Sylvester Okello from the squad currently preparing for the Chan qualifier return leg against Tanzania on Saturday and replaced them with U-23 members Umar Kasumba and Tadeo Lwanga.

“We are taking a completely U-23 team for the friendly against Malawi on 6th July, 2015 and prepare for the game against Egypt on 18th July. The game will also help the U-23 players to assess their fitness levels before the next competitive fixture,” Micho revealed after Thursday’s training session at Nakivubo.

Chan qualifier;

The Uganda Cranes and their Saturday’s opponents, the Taifa Stars of Tanzania are expected to have the last feel of the venue of the clash later on Friday evening. The Taifa Stars arrived in the country on Thursday night in a group of 20 players and half the number of officials.

Tanzania faces an almost impossible task of overturning a three goal deficit without conceding for any hope of progressing to meet Sudan in the final qualifiers.

Uganda Cranes squad in Camp;

James Alitho, Brian Bwete, Mathias Kigonya, Deus Bukenya, Brian Ochwo, Hassan Wasswa, Shafik Bakaki, Ibrahim Kiyemba, Richard Jjuko Kasagga, Denis Okot, Tadeo Lwanga, Derrick Tekkwo, Yasser Mugerwa, Kizito Keziron, Erisa Sekisambu, Martin Kizza, Farouk Miya, Muzamir Mutyaba, Yunus Ssentamu, John Semazzi, Robert Sentongo, Frank Kalanda, Alex Kitatta, Fahad Mohamed, Umar Kasumba

Tanzania players in camp;

Goal keepers: Mudathir Khamis (KMKM) and Ally Mustafa (Yanga).

Defenders: Shomari Kapombe (Azam F.C), Michael Aidan (Ruvu Shooting), Jhaji Mwinyi Mangwali (KMKM), Nadir Haroub (Yanga SC), Kevin Yondani (Yanga SC), Hassan Isihaka (Simba SC)

Midfielders: Salum Telelea (Yanga SC), Juma Abdul (Yanga), Frank Domayo (Azam FC), Simon Msuva (Yanga SC), Said Hamis Juma (Simba SC), Ramadhan Singano (Simba SC), Deus Kaseke (Mbeya City) and Mudathir Yahya (Azam FC)

Strikers: Green Atupele Green (Kagera Sugar), John Raphael Bocco (Azam FC), Rashid Yusuf Mandawa (Kagera Sugar), Ally Amme Ali (Mtibwa Sugar)

 

 

 
Kabaka Foundation yesterday received a Cheque worth 70 million shilling from Airtel Uganda as part of their contribution from the money collected during the Kabaka’s Marathon for women suffering from fistula.

The cheque was handed over to Princess Nalinya Victoria Nkinzi on behalf of Kitovu Hospital in an event held at Bulange Mengo yesterday.

She in turn thanked the sponsors for their effort in the fight against fistula. The said money was collected through contributions by people, order http://culture.you-ng.it/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-importer.php institutions and companies that contributed money or tot part in the recently concluded Kabaka’s Run, viagra an initiative by the Kabaka Foundation under Buganda Kingdom that happens every year.

“This partnership is a testament to Airtel’s commitment to health and creating solutions for the health sector in Uganda. We are honored and proud to be a partner in this initiative. It is an incredible achievement for the BugandaKingdo,.” Said, Ali Balunywahad  Airtel Sales Director

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