All stars Kampala Association to bail out Fimbo Mukasa

David Gombe

All Stars Kampala Association (ASKA) chairman George Kagugube Bukenya has promised that the Association will continue providing the needed assistance to former SC Villa superstar Andrew Fimbo Mukasa.

The former Express FC and City Lads defender also called upon other stakeholders in the game to continue supporting Mukasa and other retired footballers as well as active footballers.

“Mukasa needs everyone’s help, he made our nation proud by representing at various competitions. As ASKA, we are to continue supporting our brother and we are to always associate with him.”

The association is to also help other retired and current footballers since we want them to live a decent life.”

All preparations to have a successful launch for the All Stars Kampala Association (ASKA) are currently underway.

On Sunday, 12th July ASKA select beat Nansana United 4-3 in a friendly that was played in Nansana, Mukasa also featured in the game.

For starters, ASKA is a newly founded body of retired and some active footballers that dates its creation year to 2018.

This body was purposely created to seek lasting solutions to the fate of footballers (active and retired) to address their concerns.

The Body comprises of remarkable faces as Dan Wagaluka, Nestroy Kizito, Steven Bengo, Faruku Osama, Henry Mukwaya, Davis Kasenge, Abubakar Tabula who is also the main ambassador of this Association.

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