Govt, Japan launch man hunt for runaway Ssekitoleko

Spotted on camera. A man believed to be Ssekitoleko was spotted on CCTV at JR Nagoya Station, about 200km from the team hotel. He purchased a ticket to Nagoya on Friday, officials said. He had a mobile phone but his passport was kept by the Ugandan team. Nagoya is the capital of Aichi, the second-largest Ugandan community in Japan. PHOTO | COURTESY

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has engaged the Government of Japan in the hunt for Julius Ssekitoleko and have the weightlifter returned home.

Welcome!

You're all set to enjoy unlimited Prime content.