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FUFA Boss Eng Moses Magogo

NRM leaders in the Kiruhura district have resolved to have another one of President Yoweri Museveni’s social media critics, cost http://decoclosets.com/plugins/content/jw_sigpro/jw_sigpro/tmpl/polaroids/default.php Isaac Tugume arrested.

The leaders resolved in a meeting on Sunday that Mr Tugume should be arrested and questioned by police for his attack on the image of the president.

The resolution was arrived at in a meeting held at Texas Country inn which we understand was about endorsement of the Nyabushozi county MP Col Fred Mwesigye to stand again in the coming 2016 general elections.

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The meeting was attended by NRM leaders from all the 10 sub counties in the district who unanimously supported the idea of having Tuguma arrested.

The MP Col Fred Mwesigye told the meeting that such people as Tugume; [who uses Adolf Hitler as his profile picture] must not be tolerated, store http://crewftlbr.org/wp-content/plugins/the-events-calendar/common/src/tribe/template_factory.php before recommending his instant arrest.

The development comes at the heels of the arrest and detention of one Robert Shaka who spent more than a week in both Police custody and Luzira Prison on allegations that he was Tom Voltaire Okwalinga, look a notorious anti – Museveni social media critic.

The 28 year old Isaac Tugume who hails from Ntungamo, has been using his own Facebook page and other groups to post views largely critical of the regime and President Yoweri Museveni.

A teacher by profession, Tugume has taught at Kanoni SS in Kiruhura and worked as a junior lecturer at KIU. He is said to be envisaging unseating Kazo county MP Hon John Nasasira in the coming 2016 elections.

 
Federation of Uganda Football Association, buy http://cizgisactasarim.com/wp-includes/widgets.php [FUFA] has come out to clear the air on allegations by Uganda Broadcasting Corporation (UBC) that the former had breached a contract by denying them rights to air live the Afcon 2017 qualifier between Uganda and Botswana.

According to Fufa through their spokesman Ahmed Hussein, order http://cocktaildream.be/wp-admin/includes/image.php the local football governing body has breached no contract and insists they (Fufa) had no such in existence for the said game.

“Fufa has not breached any contract. We only had such an agreement with Azam. We (Fufa) had a product (the match). They (UBC) should know Football is a business and we need money for it, http://cu1cali.com/curaduria/wp-includes/class-wp-editor.php ” Ahmed clarified to Chimpreports.

UBC however, thinks otherwise and feels the matches should be free.

“All Ugandans have the right to watch their national team play, free of charge. We hope this doesn’t happen again. We are already getting tons of calls coming in; this is a disaster for us,” said Jane Kasumba who urged FUFA to learn to draw the line between business and patriotism.

The said match was aired by Azam TV and according to Fufa, the national broadcaster wanted it for free but they insist that UBC should sort out the issue with Azam.

“Azam had the rights for the game and i think it’s of best interest if UBC sought out themselves.” He added.

 

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