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“Kitaka is currently in police custody at Lugazi police station where he was charged with inciting violence and attempted murder, among other cases,” a source revealed.
Details show that Kitaka has already been banned for five years from attending any FUFA organised activity.
In yet another development, a FUFA disciplinary committee that sat on Thursday evening, resolved to indefinitely suspend the Buikwe ground from being used again in the FUFA Super League.
“The technical committee also resolved that the game between Vipers and SC Villa will be replayed on Sunday at Namboole stadium but other matters concerning that game will be handled by the FUFA Super League Board,” said Mujib Kasule, the Vice President, Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) who is also in-charge of the League.
Kasule further revealed that the committee will not permit the games, formerly supposed to be played in Buikwe this season, to be held in this field since there is no guaranteed security for fans.
In response, Vipers’ chairperson Thadius Kitandwa told ChimpSport that this decision is null and that the “committee is not responsible to decide for us”.
Meanwhile, the Masaka LC team doctor Ibrahim Jjunju has been suspended from the club’s bench for the rest of this season for inciting players and fans to disband Masaka LC games.
Jjunju has also been ordered to pay Ug Shs 500,000 after his suspension.