Twenty five Kenyan members of parliament arrive in Uganda on Thursday well in time to cheer the Uganda Cranes in their decisive game against Niger on Saturday. The Uganda parliamentary football team Chairperson, Hood Katuramu, says that the Kenyan MPs will play against their Ugandan counterparts in a curtain raiser friendly match on Friday. Katuramu says the Friday game is part of the activities intended to enhance the fast tracking of the East African Federation. //Cue in: iWhen we are in this##i Cue out: #..gala in Ghana 2008i. Odonga Otto, the Ugandan parliamentary team captain, told parliament the parliament football team has been training for the last one month and that they are ready to play and win the game. Each of the MP intending to go to Namboole to cheer the Cranes will pay 50,000 in support of the crane's future engagements.
Updated: 05 Jul, 21:0921:09