By Vicent Kakooza.
Local and Regional Tenis lovers are still in a state of shock and disbelief after receiving the news of Jean Claude Gasigwa’s death.
This Rwanda’s number one tennis player reportedly collapsed and died on instantly on Thursday morning at Circle Sport de Kigali in Rugunga.
Reports say Gasigwa 31, there http://crfg.org/wp-includes/class-wp-http-requests-response.php was found dead by his colleagues at 10:10am local time in a football field where he is said to have been jogging on his own.
The cause of his death is not yet established but some sources indicate that he could have had a cardiac arrest.
The body was earlier today taken to Police Hospital for post-mortem. Jean Claude Gasigwa was born in
Kicukiko, viagra dosage Rwanda on the 8th of July, 1983.
Playing with his right hand, Gasigwa has been Rwanda’s top seed before his demise.
President Yoweri Museveni has made donations of vehicles and machinery to various individuals and groups, medicine http://chipinhead.com/wp-content/themes/twentyeleven/inc/widgets.php Chimp Corps report.
The donations were in fulfilment of the various pledges that the President made to the beneficiaries.
The President handed over Mitsubishi cars to eleven District Khadis of Iganga, Ntungamo, Kamuli, Masindi, Tororo and Kanungu. Other district Khadis were from Nebbi, Hoima, Bushenyi, Sebei and Mayuge.
Mr. Museveni also handed over a Land Cruiser Ambulance to Ngora Hospital which is in Kumi district.
He gave the traditional healers of Kyaggwe a 7-ton Tata lorry, while Namawojolo Market which is situated along the Kampala – Jinja Highway, Rwenshonzi Farmers and Lwengo Village Cooperative, were each given a Fuso lorry. Ndinzi Group from Isingiro district in South Western Uganda, received a pick up vehicle.
Donations of a tractor each went to Rakai-based Catholic religious congregation of Kiteredde Banakaroli Brothers; Hon. Kasolo Kyeyune; Member of Parliament of Buhaguzi in Hoima district, Hon. Junjula; Nakole Farmers and Kaabong Youth. Recipients of vehicles included Ms. Gwanga Namirembe; Mr. Kashenya Yokana; Namwandu Bakari; Ms. Rebecca; Elizabeth Muloki and Gabula family.
A Pajero car each went to the King of Nebbi; Rt. Rev. Edward Baharagate, Bishop Emeritus of Hoima Diocese and Mutesa 1 University.