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The injured include; Tito 20, a resident of Spier Road, Faizo Maganda, 24, Bugembe, Herbert Mateya, 23, Lugbara a tailor in town, Yusuf, 28, a resident of Nakibizi in Buikwe, and Simon Kasirye, 38, of Jinja.
According to an eye witness, fire started from Yasin’s shop and spread to Igaga’s shops – both dealers in spare parts, batteries, Oil among others.
Police said investigations are still under way to establish the cause of the fire.
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Zambia’s two-man advance team visited Uganda and took pictures of the pitch, dressing rooms and toilets.
And in a letter to Caf, Zambia General Secretary George Kasengele requested urgent intervention into the matter, calling for Fufa to consider improving the playing area and dressing rooms so that they meet internationally accepted standards.
Fufa chief executive officer Edgar Watson has confirmed that reparation work will be carried out.
“We want to have a good game without any complaints,” the former Uganda Cranes skipper told BBC Sport.
Namboole Stadium chairman Dan Tamwesigire revealed that all events in the stadium have suspended in order to carry out the improvements.
He told BBC Sport: “Yes, our partners Fufa asked us to make certain repairs ahead of the game and we have started doing so.”
The Cranes, who are coached by Scotsman Bobby Williamson, started training last week with a majority of local-based players training, while residential training starts on 30 September.
They are 1-0 down to Zambia from the first leg of the final-round qualifier – a Christopher Katongo goal giving the African champions a slender advantage.
Uganda have not qualified for the Africa Cup of Nations since 1978