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Defender Rukundo to switch allegiance after latest call up by Amavubi Stars

By Shafic Kiyaga
Police FC defender Dennis Rukundo | Courtesy photo

Dennis Rukundo will switch his international allegiance from Uganda to Rwanda in a bid to have more national caps and fulfil his dream of playing at a major tournament.

The Police FC defender has been included in coach Vincent Mashami’s 34-man squad for the Amavubi Stars international friendlies against Central African Republic.

Rukundo can represent both Rwanda and Uganda given that he was born in Uganda while he as his roots from Rwanda with his father born in Uganda’s South Western neighbour.

Rukundo who has also played in Rwanda for APR and Kiyovu Sports between 2017 and 2019 has previously turned down a chance to represent Rwanda as he held out for a chance to represent the Cranes.

But Abdallah Mubiru’s latest Cranes squad for the friendly against South Africa includes Paul Willa, Innocent Wafula and Southend United’s Elvis Bwomono as his options at right back.

Football256 understands that Rukundo will accept Rwanda’s latest approach with the Rwanda Football Association (FERWAFA) expecting him to be available when Amavubi camp convenes on Monday, May 31.

The 24-year-old’s form this season has seen the Cops rise into sixth position on the Uganda Premier League and also reach the quarter-finals of the Stanbic Uganda Cup, despite missing a couple of games through injury.

The current Amavubi Stars squad includes 11 foreign based players including Lyon FC defender Ngwabiye Bryan Clovis, Simba SC forward Meddie Kagere and St. Etienne striker Kevin Monnet Paque.

Rwanda will play CAR in two friendlies on June 4 and June 7, with the first game to be played at the Kigali National Stadium in preparation for the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.

The Amavubi Stars is drawn in Group E along with Mali and regional neighbours Uganda and Kenya.

Mashami’s side get their quest for a maiden appearance at the World Cup in September against Mali before hosting Kenya and Uganda in the next two fixtures, respectively.

Rwanda Amavubi Stars’ summoned squad

Goalkeepers: Emery Mvuyekure (Tusker FC, Kenya), Eric Ndayishimiye (AS Kigali), Clément Buhake Twizere (Strommen If, Norway), Fiacre Ntwari (Marine FC)

Defenders: Abdul Rwatubyaye (Shkupi Fk, Macedonia), Salomon Nirisarike (Urartu FC, Armenia), Thierry Manzi (APR FC), Ange Mutsinzi (APR FC), Emery Bayisenge (AS Kigali), Clément Niyigena (Rayon Sports FC), Dennis Rukundo (Police FC, Uganda), Christian Ishimwe (AS Kigali), Eric Rutanga (Police FC), Eric Iradukunda (Police FC), Bryan Ngwabije Clovis (Lyon FC, France)

Midfielders: Olivier Niyonzima (APR FC), Jean Bosco Ruboneka (APR FC), Blaise Nishimwe (Rayon Sports FC), Djihad Bizimana (Kmsk Deinze, Belgium), Muhadjir Hakizimana (AS Kigali), Djabel Manishimwe (APR FC), Martin Fabrice Twizeyimana (Police FC), Samuel Gueulette (Raal La Louvière, Belgium)

Forwards: Savio Dominique Nshuti (Police FC), Alain Kwitonda (Bugesera FC), Meddie Kagere (Simba SC, Tanzania), Twizerimana Onesme (Musanze FC), Jacques Tuyisenge (APR FC), Jean Bertrand Iradukunda (Gasogi United), Yves Mugunga (APR FC), Lague Byiringiro (APR FC), Kevin Monnet Paque (St Etienne, France), Mico Justin (Police FC), Rafael York (AFC Eskilstuna, Sweden)

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