Uganda Cranes player Savio Kabugo has lauded fellow Ugandan footballer Ibra Sekajja for his efforts to doing good works for the community.
The former – currently a plying his trade in the United Kingdom – at Havant & Waterlooville Football Club did charitable works.
He was video-recorded cleaning toilets and helping taking out bin bags, an act that attracted appreciation for Kabugo.
“Well done bro, keep the charitable work going,” Kabugo wrote on his social media page.
About Ibra Sekajja
Sekajja was born in Uganda. He attended secondary school at Ashburton Community School from 2004 to 2009.
Ibra was first noticed by a scout from Crystal Palace a Premier League club for his footballing talent whilst playing during a match at Elmwood Primary School. His pace, technical skill, dribbling, height and striking were noticed at the age of 10.
Sekajja made his professional debut for Crystal Palace on 30 April 2011, in a fixture at Hull City. He scored a late 88th-minute equaliser with his first touch.
Sekajja has been capped by England at U16 level. In August 2013, he was called up to the Uganda squad for a friendly against Egypt. He did not play as he had yet to receive his Ugandan passport.