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This came days after court sending the two parties to settle their disputes out of court.
Both parties were given an ultimatum of 20th of this month to have come out with a common understanding.
“We met them yesterday and agreed on many things. We are going to have a press conference to inform the public later in the day,” said Ray Kibira, the FMU general secretary.
The drivers will be handed their competition licences again by lawyers at Dusman Kabega’s chambers so that they can return to compete in FMU organised event/rallies.
Banned drivers had dragged the motorsports governing body to court demanding an explanation for the ban.
“They accepted that something had gone wrong on both sides and it was a win-win situation. So, they will be giving back our licenses and we are now ready to take part in the event as we used to before,” said Nasser Mutebi, one of the drivers who has just survived the ban.
Although the drivers were cleared, there is only one event remaining on the FMU calendar hence they can only take part next year.
The drivers were given a six years’ ban for tarnishing the Federation’s image and trying to sabotage events organised by the Federation.