The First Lady, Janet Museveni will attend tomorrow’s match between Uganda Cranes and Comoros.
This will be her first match to attend as Minister of Education and Sport. Although President Yoweri Museveni was expected to grace the decisive game, it has been revealed that the head of state will be attending to other national duties.
Senior Presidential Press Secretary, Don Wanyama confirmed the First Lady’s attendance. “It is true she will be making it to Namboole to watch the match. I also appeal to fellow country men and women to come and support our team”
Tomorrow’s game will determine whether Uganda will go through to qualify for African Cup of Nations or not. Uganda last featured in the continental game in 1978 where the cranes were eliminated at finals when Ghana beat Uganda 2-0.
Meanwhile the Federation of Uganda Foot Association (FUFA) boss Eng. Moses Magogo has promised that should the cranes team outshine Comoros tomorrow and qualify, each player will be rewarded with US$10,000.