The South Africa based pair of Onyango and Obua, along with striker Sserumaga, should make the Cranes stronger and rejuvenated after a week in which the team courted controversy over the inclusion of unknown players.
“It’s good news that Sserumaga has arrived in time. I have not seen him yet but I have got confirmation that he is here. His presence will keep my striking plans against Libya much better,” coach Lazlo Csaba said.
Sserumaga’s arrival will certainly be welcomed by Csaba who has not hidden his dissatisfaction with super league strikers, Bruno Olobo, Tony Odur, Caesar Okhuti and Anthony Bongole.
Skipper Ibrahim Sekagya was expected in the country last night.
The Cranes who started residential training yesterday are preparing for the crucial African/World Cup qualifier on May 31 against Niger.