Simba Sports Club and Rwandan International striker Meddie Kagere says he has dedicated his time to pray asking God to finish Coronavirus, so that people can resume work freely.
The former Gor Mahia Football Club striker says the coronavirus pandemic has caused a lot of damages including the leagues that were put on hold.
Meddie Kagere in the Vodacom Premier League before it went for the break, has netted 19 goals and created five scoring chances. That makes him contribute 24 goals in 63 goals for Simba Sports Club this season.
For now Meddie Kagere is in Rwanda for a break waiting for further notice of when the Premier League will resume.
“I would love to see the situation calm down and we can return to work on a daily basis. I believe this will end soon or later and things will be normal again and we can prepare ourselves for the Premier League again.”
” I’m always praying to God to take us through this safely and return to our duties, I’ve missed scoring goals it’s my job,” says Meddie Kagere the leading goal scorer in the Vodacom Premier League this season.