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Uganda Cranes players & officials worship, dedicate up coming fixtures to the Almighty Lord

The Uganda national football team, Uganda Cranes dedicated the Sunday of 28th August 2016 to the Lord Almighty with players and FUFA officials praying for special blessings from the different churches within and around Kampala.

Several Cranes players and officials were part of the Sunday worshipers at St Luke Seeta Church of Uganda and House of Prayer Ministries.

The Seeta delegation was led by FUFA executive member Sam Mpiima and Team Manager Chris Muyinda while the House of Prayer Ministries delegation was led by National Teams’ Coordinator Patrick Ntege .

Prayers at St Luke’s Church of Uganda, Seeta were led by Acheahdecon Innocent Kitto and Pastor Douglas Bujingo led at the House of Prayer Ministries.

Some of the Uganda Cranes players and officials at Seeta Church of Uganda on Sunday

While preaching in Seeta Archdeaconary Innocent Kityo asked all believers and Ugandans to rally behind the National team.

“The team is for all Ugandans not the football governing body. The team belongs to all Ugandans of all sects “Said Archeadecon Kitto.

He later prayed for the team, the football leaders in the country and all Ugandans.


Mr Sam Mpiima, a FUFA Executive Committee member who led the delegation thanked the Archdeacon and the Seeta Archeadeconry in general for the warm reception at the fundraising marathon and the prayer day.

He handed over the Uganda National Team’s shirt to the clergy of the church and asked them to be smart on the match day.


Mpiima upon all Ugandans to be part of history on the 4th of September 2016 at Nelson Mandela National Stadium, Namboole (5 p.m).

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