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The victory, Villa’s fourth in five games, moves the 16-time league champions to 13 points having played the same number of games with leaders Maroons.
Victors, who picked their first point in their 2-2 with Bunnamwaya last week, were registering their fifth defeat of the campaign and they remain rooted at the bottom of the log.
Ssekajoolo preyed on a poor clearance from Victors defence to put the Blues ahead on 48 minutes but Victors, who have improved in their general play lately, struck back shortly after, Oliese with the goal.
But a beautiful Villa interchange of passes ended with Kulabako squeeze the ball between goalkeeper Martin Lule’s legs with nine minutes to go.
Despite conceding that late winner, Lule was outstanding, making save after save but all counted for naught as Victors’ main culprit on the day, Ahamed Muzasaru, squandered several goal scoring opportunities in equal measure.