Police Stuck with 31 Pilgrims

Alasio Ayibebyona (7yrs) and Veronica Namujumba (80yrs) are stranded at Kira Road Police

Lady Cranes coach Allan Musoke together with strength and conditioning coach Helen Buteme have confirmed a list of 23 players who will be travelling for the 2015 Elgon Cup first leg against Kenya on 13th June in Nairobi, viagra dosage Kenya.

Coach Allan who was appointed to head the team barely two months ago will be doing his first international assignment with the ladies and id hopeful that the team will reclaim the glory lost in the last campaign.

“We have good players in camp and hope to do better this time round.” the coach said.

Mary Nakanyike and Peace Wokorach are expected to lead the attack among the thirteen forwards called up while team captain Brenda Kayiyi and Asha Nakityo will lead attack.

The team has been facing financial problems of late, illness which has seen them create several fundraising drives including the recent skirt challenge that collected a paltry one million shillings. The drive was meant to collect funds for the Elgon cup trip.

Full squad:

Forwards: Irene zigge, Scovia Aketo, Peace Mirembe, Fiona Nalubwama, Charity Atimango, Claire Anena, Fortunate Irankunda, Hellen Gizamba, Emmanuella Oroma, Stella Kyalikunda, Prossy Nakakande, Mary Nakanyike, Peace Wokorach

Backs: Charlotte Mudoola,Harriet Kayonjo, Tino Matilda, Brenda Kayiyi (Captain), Asha Nakityo, Hildah Nyiraguhirwa , Samiya Ayikoru , Rachael Babirye, Grace Auma,Mary Kyoita.

Non travelling reserves: Irene Namapii Irene, Gilder Azikuru Gilder, Zurah Mohammed Namatovu.


Head Coach: Allan Musoke

Team manager: Dominica Kulia

Strength and conditioning coach:

Helen Koyokoyo Buteme

Physiotherapist: Wilbrod Makumbi
Police is stranded with 31 people who include children, abortion who are said to have been left behind by other pilgrims during the 129th Martyrs Day celebrations that took place yesterday 3rd June 2015 at Namugongo martyrs shrine.

According to Patrick Onyango the police spokesperson Kampala metropolitan, health some of these are left with no transport back to where they came from, others are elderly, care takers left them behind and most of them are children under the age of 10.

“These people are currently at Namugongo police where we hope to reunite them with their families, since some of them have given us details about where they came from and with whom,” said Onyango.

Onyango also adds that more than 100 people were arrested for various offences which included pick pocketing, snatching phones, ladies hand bags, fighting and use of drugs.

Exhibits which include, 28 phones, bangles, 6 laptops were recovered from the suspects, who were moving in groups.

All these have been taken to the Central Police Station Kampala where they are to be screened before being sent to court.


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