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Uganda Cranes goalkeeping coach discharged from Hospital

The Uganda Cranes medical team has confirmed that goalkeeping coach Fred Kajoba has been discharged from Nakasero Hospital. Kajoba was admitted on arrival after the Uganda Cranes team returned home from Burkina Faso on 27th March, 2016 on national team duty.

Kajoba suffered difficulty with his respiratory system while still in Ouagadougou but got medical attention and was cleared to continue with the journey.

Fred Kajoba (R) in training with Ismail Watenga during the 2016 CHAN finals in Rwanda. Kajoba will be back on duty at at Bright Stars and country in a fortnight.

On his return home, he was advised to seek immediate medical attention which sought at Nakasero Hospital.

He was admitted on that very day until he got better when he was discharged on Wednesday evening.

‘I feel much better now. I have been advised to rest enough for about two weeks before i resume my work with Uganda Cranes and Bright Stars FC’ said Kajoba.

He added ‘I would like to express my sincere gratitude to FUFA President Eng.Moses Magogo and his entire Executive for looking after me and meeting all the medical bills while in Hospital’

‘The people who visited me in hospital, i do appreciate your support. May God reward you abundantly’ said Kajoba.

‘My Bright Stars FC family and top management has been close to me as well. They are a special family’ further said Kajoba

The news was received with delight at Bright stars FC as posted on

‘We thank every one who included our coach in their prayers. He is fine now and we are looking forward to seeing him back on the pitch but he needs to follow the advice given to him by the doctors’ said Bright Stars FC chairman Ronald Mutebi.

‘We wish him a quick recovery’ added Mutebi.

FUFA will make use of the partnership signed in 2015 with National Insurance Corporation to submit claims for the medical bills already cleared by the federation.





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