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All set for Cecafa draws



Cecafa general secretary Nicholas Musonye arrives in Kampala on Sunday in time for the draws of Tusker-sponsored tournament the next day in the Ugandan capital.

The tournament kicks off on November 24 and ends on December 8 with 12 teams participating.

According to information from the hosting federation, Fufa, Musonye will on arrival hold a meeting with the local organizing committee that before meeting with sponsors – the East Africa Breweries Ltd - officials on Monday morning.

He will then address the media conference later in the day. “After the release of the fixtures, the Cecafa boss will visit all the hotel facilities booked for teams/officials and pay a courtesy call to Namboole stadium management,” reads in part a statement signed by Fufa publicist Rogers Mulindwa.

“His day ends with another meeting to be attended by the members of the marketing committee later in the evening.”

Musonye will end his short visit on Tuesday by holding a joint meeting to be attended by Cecafa officials, Fufa and the sponsors before flying back to Nairobi.

Uganda are the defending champions of the tournament and the record winners at 12 titles.



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