By Beng Emmanuel
Tanzania Premier League side, Azam FC have hired an helicopter to pick up cranes defender, Nicolas Wadada from Uganda as they get set for League resumption this Sunday.
The right-back who is among seven key players that have been absent from the club was stranded in his country due to lockdown as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Sporting activities are set to resume in Tanzania after a three months break due to covid-19.
Tanzania’s President, John Magufuli on May 21st, 2020 authorised the domestic leagues to resume having been suspended on March 17, 2020.
Azam FC open their league campaign with a home game against Mbao FC on June 14.
They are 17 points away from Simba SC who lead the league after 28 games played. Ten (10) matches were left unplayed prior to it’s suspension.
Tanzania is the second African country to resume sporting activities after Burundi.
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