The event will run from Friday to Sunday and will draw athletes from various countries across the globe.
Byekwaso told local journalists Tuesday that he has been eyeing this particular event for so along.
Now that the opportunity has arisen, he will not be there as a participant but a competitor to curve a special niche in the sport hall of fame for his country at this prestigious global event.
“All along this has been my dream and I promise not to let my country down,” he was quoted by Daily Monitor as saying.
“I am going to face tough competitors but coming back with a medal is my priority and winning this event will be a milestone for me,” he declared.
The Ugandan is not just another athlete in the event, as he has made already stood up to get counted in previous event and boasts illustrious accolades under his belt.
He has among others clinched; World Body Building and Fitness Championship in South Africa, Sixth Annual Mr. Kericho Open Body Building Competition in Kerico, Kenya and came second at FAME UK in London, United Kingdom.