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Aisha Nabikko Ssemambo and her colleague, Denis Batte, topped their class in both practical and theory in the CAF Referees’ Elites Course held in Cairo last week.
“I am happy to tell you that Aisha Ssemambo was the best during the CAF Referees’ Elite Course in Cairo and Uganda may be delighted again to have a referee officiating in AFCON,” said Rogers Mulindwa, FUFA spokesperson.
CAF has always been selecting referees for AFCON at times basing on or assessing them from such courses hence Aisha and Batte Denis stand a higher chance of officiating in the 2015 AFCON to be held in Morocco.
In a period of almost 20 years, Uganda has only sent three people to officiate: Charles Masembe, Ali Tomusange and Mohamed Sseggonga at different times but this time, Denis Batte and Aisha Ssemambo may have that chance of going together.
In another development, the Federation has called-upon everyone with clear evidence that referees in the Local League are being bribed to fix the matches, to take that evidence to the federation so that it can take action on those referees.
“In case of Infringement of any match, I assure you that the Federation will penalise that referee doing so,” said Sam Mpiima, the head of Referees’ Status Committee.