The Kenya's Bunge football club made a dramatic comeback from their opponents who were three nill a way from them, in their second match in the eleventh edition of EAC inter-parliamentary games in Arusha, Tanzania.
The Kenyan law makers that conceded two nill in their first debut at the end of first half, changed their tune on the second half in the match that was dubbed as Migingo derby at Sheikh Amri Stadium in Tanzania.
The tide turned draw after senator Murkomen piled pressure on Uganda parliament defensive line, where both teams outrageously gave out their best.This will be the second game after Kenya took three points from EALA.
Apparently the games was officially opened by Tanzanian prime minister,Kassim Majaliwa under these year's theme, "Strengthening integration through inter-parliamentary games in the COVID-19 era."
Apparently this will bring about all one thousand five hundred legislators in East African countries, namely,Kenya,Burundi, Uganda,and Zanzibar.Where they are all expected to participate in games such as, football, athletics,Tug of war, walk race among others.
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