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Buwekula Ssaza FC star player loses parent in Mubende fatal accident days to Masaza Cup final

Masaza Cup 2022: Shock hits Buwekula FC as talisman loses parent in a fatal accident, more 4 confirmed dead

Buwekula Saza camp has been hit with a blow after its red hot forward (names) withheld) lost a parent in a fatal accident that claimed four at Madudu, Mubende municipality on Wednesday.

Buwekula will be facing Buddu masaza team in a tightly contested Masaza cup final on Saturday 5th, March 2022 to determine the champion of the 17th edition at St Mary’s Stadium, Kitende.

According to Mr. Kyambadde Joseph, the Buwekula masaza technical director, the sudden demise of the mother to one of their top scorers has left them in a sad state but accordingly, their player has vowed to stay focused and accomplish the Saturday mission at St Mary’s stadium and then join his family back home to attend burial.

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“One of our leading strikers lost a mother in a fatal accident at Madudu, Mubende district on Wednesday. He has however assured us his willingness to give us his whole on Saturday before he can join his family in Mubende to condole with the family. As players, they have also promised to work hard and win the Masaza cup for him as a dedication for the love of his team,” stated Mr Kyambadde Joseph.

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Buwekula has felt the pitch of St Mary’s stadium, Kitende on Thursday morning for the very first time and Phillip Omondi stadium, Lugogo in the afternoon before getting back to the camp at SS Hotel, Nakulabye.

To qualify for the final, Buwekula eliminated Mawokota and Buddu beat Bulemeezi, just like the 2020 semi-final show down.

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Entry for the final at St Mary’s Stadium, Kitende is 20,000/= and 50,000/= in the ordinary and VIP dockets respectively.

The tournament is funded by UNAIDS, Nabagereka Development Foundation, Centenary Bank and Airtel Uganda (main sponsors).

Past winners:2020: Gomba
2019: Bulemeezi
2018: Singo
2017: Gomba
2016: Buddu
2015: Singo
2014: Gomba
2013: Mawokota
2012: Bulemeezi
2011: Buluri
2010: Not Held
2009: Gomba
2008: Kyadondo
2007: Mawokota
2006: Kooki
2005: Mawokota
2004: Gomba