Tuesday Jul 18, 2017. 13:30
Former Uganda national team striker, Geoffrey Massa is reported to be in a stable condition after he was shot last week.
Reports suggest that the ex-Cranes captain is recovering at Gwatiro Clinic and reports by a local television station confirmed the shooting.
Uganda’s leading television station NTV, revealed that the former Bloemfontein Celtic striker was shot near his home by police in a road rage incident.
Massa is said to have hit a police motorcycle before speeding off which forced police to shoot. A woman who was a passenger in his car reportedly died on the scene.
Furthermore, the former Cranes skipper is currently being attended at Gwatiro Clinic located in the Bweyogerere suburb.
The 31-year-old announced his retirement from international duties in March this year after steering Uganda Cranes to the 2017 CAF Africa Cup of Nations finals in Gabon.
Massa began his professional career at Police FC in 2004 and later landed a deal to join Egyptian side Al-Masry in 2005.
Since then, he has played for several clubs including El-Shams, Jomo Cosmos, Itesalat, Yenicami Agdelen, University of Pretoria and Bloemfontein Celtic.