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According to a message copied to Chimpreports, order http://cosmeticscop.com/wp-includes/class-walker-comment.php the federation acknowledges receipt of the complaint from the already relegated side which hints on a possible case of match-fixing in the game.
The message reads in part, “The Federation of Uganda Football Association (FUFA) is in receipt of communication from Entebbe football club raising concerns about the result of their match they played against Kira Young football club on Friday 15th May 2015 in the Azam Premier League at Bugonga stadium.”
The federation recently constituted a 3-man committee headed by Mr. Zirabaramuzale Muzafaru, Counsel James Muwawu and Wooto Walusimbi. The committee is supposed to handle cases of match fixing which is considered a criminal offence.
“FUFA has referred the matter to the match results manipulation Committee headed by Mr. Zirabaramuzale Muzafaru. The committee will issue guidelines for the way forward on this matter,” the statement read.
Kira Young won the match 7-0 with Brian Nkuubi grabbing four goals, Patrick Kaddu netting a brace and Fred Nkata finishing the rout.
Prior to that game, Kira was rooted in the relegation zone after accumulating 28 points from the same number of matches same as Soana Fc who were a place above because of scoring a superior 29 goals, 7 more than their Namboole opponents.
Both the teams shared the same goal difference (-12). Kira Young has now moved up the red zone by a superior difference even after thumping defending champions, KCC FC by 2-1.
Many pundits suspected the results as it reminds of SC Villa’s infamous 22-0 win a couple of years ago, while on the same measure weighs in numerous complaints that have seen several people rant about certain teams getting results that seem predetermined.
High court in Kampala has today convicted three men for the murder of Bilalu Margaret a street vendor and aggravated robbery of 460 million from two traders Ezuma Martin and Ojala in 2012 around Arua Park.
The three who were convicted by the High court judge Jane Alidviza, doctor http://corephysio.ca/scripts/form/rvform_6a498ffcfc6a6891e7d8b743b2b9d79e.ini.php are Mugisha Francis, sick http://childrensclasses.org/wp2012/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/sync/class.jetpack-sync-module-meta.php Musiime Raymond, approved and Nsubuga John.
At the same time court acquitted Serunjogi Paddy, who was being accused with these three after prosecution’s failure to bring enough evidence pinning him on the offences.
Prosecution told court that one of the accused, dressed in army combat used force to take away the money from his victims.
The trio are also said to have used a riffle to murder one Frank Mugisha, which gun was later recovered by police and determined to have been used in the murder, three months back.
The three were also collectively convicted of murder of Margret since all of them were implicated in this count.
The Judge set the May 25th when she will pronounce her sentence for the convicts.