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However, for religious reasons, UCU and IUIU advised League organisers not to take flyers and banners that bear alcoholic drink adverts despite the League being sponsored by Nile Special.
“Our religion can’t withstand advertising alcohol at our premises. So, if they really want us to be part of the league next season, let them agree not to bring those flyers during the game,” said one of UCU sports officials.
However, the League organisers are still insisting on having their banners and flyers on the pitch and for that matter, the two universities may be left out.
“We shall look into this issue but I think the two Universities may be out of next season’s league. We need money and the only way to get that money from sponsors is by taking banners and flyers at the pitch. Otherwise, we may be acting outside the contract,” said one of the University Football League managers.
Kampala University won this year’s League on the final day as they defeated Mbarara University of Science Technology before their title chase rivals Nkumba losing to Makerere University in their home backyard.