Ndejje University Second in the 10th All Africa University game

Ndejje University finished second in the 10th All Africa University games

The 10th All Africa University Games (FASU) were successfully held in Nairobi, Kenya’s capital City at Kenyatta University. Out of the 43 universities from 11 nations that competed, Uganda’s Ndejje University finished second with a total of 53 medals.

The university collected 22 gold medals, 11 silver medals, and 20 bronze medals.Badminton (men and women) was won by Ndejje University, and long distance athlete Dismas Yeko won gold in the 5000m (14:05:05) and 10,000m (29:12:18). Sandra Chekwemoi won gold in the 3000m steeplechase (11:47:85)

Other countries that took part were Zimbabwe, Zambia, Nigeria, Mauritius, Ethiopia, and Guinea.

Athletics, Badminton, Basketball, Chess, Football, Table Tennis, Tennis, Volleyball, Handball, Swimming, Taekwondo, and Karate were among the games played by both genders.

Woodball, Roll Ball, Goalball, Sitting Volleyball, and Gurasumo (a Kenyan, Borana traditional game) were all used to demonstrate the game.

Overall Positions:

  • 1st: American University in Cairo (Egypt) – 29 (Gold), 22 (Silver), 18 (Bronze) – 69
  • 2nd: Ndejje University (Uganda) – 22 (Gold), 11 (Silver), 20 (Bronze) – 53
  • 3rd: University of Education, Winneba (Ghana) – 8 (Gold), 10 (Silver), 5 (Bronze) – 23
  • 4th: University of Johannesburg (South Africa) – 8 (Gold), 2 (Silver), 6 (Bronze) – 16
  • 5th: Kenyatta University (Kenya) – 7 (Gold), 17 (Silver), 34 (Bronze) – 58
  • 3rd: Bishop Stuart University


Gold medalists in Karate were Jean Munyabwanga, Halifa Niyitanga, Evelyn Uwizera, Fravier Munyaneza, Berthe Iranezeza, and Florence Niyigena (Kata and Kumite events).

Makerere University of Uganda, on the other hand, finished sixth overall with seven gold, silver, and bronze medals, as well as eight bronze medals, for a total of 22 medals.

Each of Uganda’s other two entrants, Islamic University In Uganda (IUIU) and Makerere University Business School (MUBS), received a silver medal.

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The university collected 22 gold medals, 11 silver medals, and 20 bronze medals. Badminton (men and women) was won by Ndejje University, and long distance athlete Dismas Yeko won gold in the 5000m (14:05:05) and 10,000m (29:12:18). Sandra Chekwemoi won gold in the 3000m steeplechase (11:47:85) .

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