Uganda Premier League secretariat has postponed the highly awaited derby clash between Sports Club Villa and KCCA FC that was earlier scheduled for Tuesday 8th February at Nakivubo stadium.
The match has been pushed to a future date that will be communicated later.
“The UPL Secretariat is in receipt of a letter from Sports Club Villa indicating that they have chosen to play their CAF confederation cup match against JKU SC of Zanzibar on Saturday 12th March 2016 in Kampala and have also requested postponement of their match against KCCA FC scheduled for Tuesday 8th March 2016, more about http://conversionxl.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-get-post-endpoint.php ” Part of AUPL statement read.
Late last week, The Fufa competitions department confirmed that SC Villa would instead play Onduparaka Fc in the Uganda cup round of 32, a decision that raised eyebrows among stakeholders as to why the Uganda cup champions opted to play the big league side rather than premier league leaders.
However, Chimp Sport has reliably learnt that both matches are now off and Villa will honor them after continental duty.
“The game (Villa vs Onduparaka) has been called off allowing SC Villa time to prepare for JKU (FC). We shall reschedule and communicate a future date when the match can be played,” Fufa competitions manager, Mr. Ali Mwebe revealed to Chimp Sport.
Saturday UPL fixtures
In a bid to support SC Villa’s continental journey, the UPL secretariat has moved all Saturday 12th Match 2016 fixtures to Friday 11 th March 2016. The change is to allow fans attend the confederations cup in large numbers.
Opposition Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) has Monday launched a new campaign dubbed ‘Free my Vote’ in retaliation to the ill treatment of their party Flag bearer, search http://cogestion.es/components/com_k2/templates/default/user.php Dr. Kizza Besigye who is currently under house arrest at his home in Kasangati.
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The campaign he said, will take different dimensions were members and supporters shall associate themselves with treatment Dr. Besigye is going through at his home in Kasangati.
“This Thursday, we will begin the ‘Stay at home campaign’ just like out candidate has been locked at home. We will not be going to work every Thursday of the week. If you like, you can call it self-imprisonment,” said Nganda.
“The whole world must know that the president elect is still under detention; we therefore call upon all our supporters and Ugandans that beginning this Thursday, they stay home under self imprisonment.”
“Under the same campaign, we have also asked Ugandans that every Tuesday of the week, we will be going to our usual political offices for prayers and we will be wearing black starting next week.”
Ssemujju revealed that the other dimension of the campaign shall be a national wide boycott of president Museveni and those who head institutions that terrorize the people: all police officers, ministers and politicians.
“We shall be boycotting them, if they come at a function, you leave; for example the musicians who signed a contract with president Museveni, you should not accept listening to their music even in a taxi.”
“We shall outline those who have been given Museveni money, if they are supermarkets, petrol stations we intend to publish them, refusing our people to go to them.”
Ssemujju maintained that they will be a peaceful protest until the NRM government is overcome.