Two Ugandan rugby players who disappeared in Scotland have reportedly meant to work at a washing bay in Cumbernauld, which is on the outskirts of Glasgow.
The Uganda commonwealth team jetted at Entebbe Airport earlier today minus fullback Benon Kiiza and Phillip Pariyo, both rugby players with the national team.
The pair part of the Uganda national 7s ruby Cranes went missing following the conclusion of the 2014 Commonwealth Games that ended on Sunday 3rd August.
It is not yet clear who could have facilitated the duo’s but when asked, one official close to the players said that he ‘was happy for them.’
Glasgow is a very cosmoplitan city with people from all walks of life living there but a source close to Kiiza who was before going to Glasgow the most experienced attendant at the Kyadondo car wash made arrangements with a ‘nkuba kyeyo’ friend. Pariyo is however a first year student at Uganda Christian University.
These reports are yet to be verified.