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Jakisa has lived to the expectations ever since he was confirmed as a player of Nkumba University. He has been described by the coaches and the media as one the finest promising West Nile talent of his generation.

The 22 year old center blocker became the youngest West Nile player to play for Nkumba University Volley ball team and led the university to second place finish in the Uganda Club Championship 2019, where they lost to Uganda Christian University 3-2 in the gold medal match which could have given him chance to participate in Africa Volley ball Championship in Tunisia.

I love my first season but I can feel a note of disappointment that finished unsolved and too early for our team”, said Habib.

“We had a feeling that this season was going to be our season of success as we were prepared for the big season then there comes corona virus which disorganized everything”, Habib retaliated.

Habib who plays for Arua Volleyball Club has been linked with University of Technology volleyball club (UTB) in Rwanda since the beginning of the year. Habib has had several successes in his playing career on and off the court been with both Nkumba and Arua Volley ball Clubs. Champions in the Nyaravuru tournament 2016, first runners up with Arua Volley ball club in the series C West Nile and Northern Region 2017, with Nkumba he won Kabaka Birthday championship in 2019, first runners up in the Kampala International University (KIU) open tournament in 2019 and first runners up in Uganda Volley ball Clubs Championship 2019.

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