The first day mainly included the screening of all age categories where over 100 kids showed up. Different coaches handled the registration process of the kids.
Some of those included Mawejje’s former teammate Malidad Bukenya and ex-Bunamwaya forward Denis Kizito among others.
There were also Mawejje’s friends from Europe who promised to solicit help for the academy. They came to ensure the production of more ‘Mawejjes’ and football enthusiast Collins Subika.
“I started my football career here as a kid. It’s good to be back to try give a hand to the future stars because I was also helped at a young age,” said Tonny Mawejje who also had some of his childhood coaches available.
In the coming days, the former Ugandan international who had a career that spans over twenty years at the highest level will launch the Kampala branch.
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