Borrowing from a few lines from legislator-cum-musician Robert “Bobi Wine” Kyagulanyi’s latest music hit, Sports Club Villa’s midfielder Nicholas “Zico” Kabonge has also sent a strong message to the public to safe guard against the deadly Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
“Sensitize the masses to sanitize, Keep a
social distance and quarantine” wrote Kabonge in a message sponsored by
In his song tagged Coronavirus, Bobi Wine featuring
Nubian Li stress the essence of good hygienic practices as means to fight the
“The bad news is that everyone is a potential
victim. But the good news is that everyone is a potential solution. Sensitize
the masses to sanitize. Keep a social distance and quarantine,” the song
Kabonge is among the several Uganda Premier League players in self-quarantine at their respective homes, as a directive from the Government and the ministry of Health to tame the pandemic.
The league is expected to resume by 5th
May 2020 after the proposed break that was meant for CHAN 2020, a tournament
which was postponed because of the Coronavirus threat.
In his debut season at SC Villa, Kabonge has been
one of the key revelations for the Nsambya based club who host their league
matches at the gigantic Mandela National Stadium, Namboole.
Sports Club Villa is currently third on the 16 team log with 46 points, 8 shy from the leaders Vipers.
The Jogoos’ five remaining matches include the contest against KCCA, Mbarara City, Kyetume, Maroons and Wakiso Giants.
Remaining Games in the Uganda Premier League:
- Tuesday, 5th May 2020: SC Villa Vs KCCA – Mandela National Stadium,
- Saturday, 9th May 2020: Mbarara City Vs SC Villa – Kakyeka Stadium,
- Wednesday, 13th May 2020: SC Villa Vs Kyetume – Mandela National Stadium,
- Wednesday, 20th May 2020: SC Villa Vs Maroons – Mandela National Stadium,
- Saturday, 23rd May 2020: Wakiso Giants Vs SC Villa – Kabaka Kyabaggu