M7's Shs50m Morale-Boosts Cranes

Museveni, in a short convoy of about 10 cars, manned Special Forces and plain-clothes security, arrived at Namboole stadium around 11:30am.

Museveni’s government has for long been accused of neglecting the Sports Ministry but has always defended his NRM that past regimes bequeathed a terrible economy coupled with insecurity in the Northern parts of Uganda.

The arrival of Museveni , two days after his son Muhoozi Keinerugaba, will surely give a morale boost ahead of a do-or-die match. The president pledged to take charge of the players’ welfare in addition to a shs50m boost.

Museveni said he was not aware that it’s government duty to take responsibility for Cranes’ welfare.

The Cranes have been training form Namboole. Today marks the end of public visits.

Sports experts say Museveni intends to use the magic employed by South Africa leader Nelson Mandela to inspire the national rugby team to win the 1995 world Cup.

Museveni is an inspirational speaker . in a related development Kenya Prime Minister is expected to lead the Kenya team today.

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