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MP Nsereko Promises Cash Prize for Every Cranes Goal Against Egypt

MP Nsereko will pay USD 1000 for every goal

Kampala Central Member of Parliament, prostate http://couponadventures.com/wp-admin/includes/list-table.php Hon. Muhammad Nsereko still has the belief that Uganda cranes can overturn the 1-0 defeat suffered in the game against Ghana on Tuesday and progress to the next level.

Just a day after Democratic Party pledged UGX 500, http://daa.asn.au/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/templates/content-single-product.php 000 for every goal, http://ckls.org/wp-includes/pluggable-deprecated.php Nsereko has also come out to promise a cash prize for every goal that the Uganda cranes will score against in the game against Egypt.

The flamboyant legislator is confident Uganda can upset Egypt come Saturday and promised a cash prize of $1,000 (about UGX 3.6M) for every goal.

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“We shall fight together to upset Egypt,” he said. “My offer is every goal against Egypt shall attract a reward from me of 1,000 dollars for the team,” promised Nsereko.

Nsereko thinks the Cranes can put the loss behind their back and focus on the game against Egypt.

“Great people are not those that win every battle, but those who put defeat behind them, learn lessons and rise up to correct their mistakes,” he stated.

“I’m personally coming to cheer you our great players and give you more courage to go for gold. We are one family and shall do better,”

“Clearly other than the defensive lapse, which happens in football, we had a few chances created,” Nsereko cited.

The outspoken MP hinted out on how Portugal had a poor start at the 2016 UEFA EURO championship but went ahead to win the title.

“Remember during the Euro 2016, Portugal started at a low but fought back, qualified narrowly but later lifted the trophy. In soccer, everything is possible,” he noted.

Uganda started their campaign in group D with a 1-0 loss to Ghana and resume action on Saturday against record champions Egypt in Port Gentil.

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