Emmanuel Eboue, the former Arsenal FC player arrived at Entebbe International Airport today morning on a charity visit in Uganda. He joins Ibrahima Sonko, the former Portsmouth and Reading player who arrived a week ago. The two are to carry out charity work with different organizations.

Arsenal Football Club is one of the famous football clubs in the world. The English side has over the years developed many good talents on the global stage. The club boasts a huge following with many fans from Africa due to its policy of giving African players opportunities to play in the Premier League.

One of the best African players on the continent to have featured for Arsenal from 2004 to 2011 is Emmanuel Eboue. The Ivory Coast national arrived in Uganda today morning ahead of a charity drive which he will carry out together with Ibrahima Sonko with different organizations.

The two players are also expected to feature on UBC TV, as football analysts on some of the national broadcaster’s FIFA World Cup 2018 matches.

Another former English Premiership player Eric Djemba Djemba, who played for Manchester United and Cameroon will also arrive in the country during the coming week.

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Josh Ruby is an Editor with high interest and knowledge in the Ugandan entertainment space, an industry he has been actively part of since 2010. Leads to breaking stories are welcome!

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