He moved away from his homeland, and settled in Canada. He joined Brampton Masters, the club of fellow Ugandan-Canadian Henry Osinde. He proceeded to dominate the club scene, winning the Senior Player of the Year award and stand head and shoulders above the rest with his all-round exploits.
Kenneth Kamyuka is looking to become a giant for his second country.
It's a little early to say, but I think Kenneth Kamyuka has a future at this level. Everything about the man himself screams confidence, so I am sure that he too believes that he belongs. The present match is still ongoing, but if he could fashion a victory, and a string of victories, for his new national team, then 31-year-old Kamyuka might just make it to a World Cup as he has always dreamed of doing.