Uganda Cranes and former Kasasiro boys forward Derrick Nsibambi has come out to admit he’s suffering from COVID-19 three days after news emerged showing how the Egypt outfits Smouha SC had two positive COVID-19 cases.
The two cases confirmed were Mohammed Koffi and the Uganda Cranes Star. Nsibambi went to his facebook account to let his followers know about the incident..
“It’s true mi friends, brothers and sisters that I have covid19 and at fst was scared about it because of the pippo dying Corona Virus here in Egypt bt all in all am recovering and it’s true guys Corona Virus is their and kills.”
The Egyptian Premier League is set to kick off on 6th October, 2020 but mystery still surrounds the kick off date due to the fact that Egypt is one of the most affected countries in Africa and stands 25th among the most affected countries in world.
The League’s executive ordered all clubs to conduct tests with Entag El-Harby FC is reportly having more than 18 positive cases and Ittihad of Alexandria is also one of the other teams with cases.