link http://copdx.org.au/wp-admin/includes/class-core-upgrader.php geneva; font-size: small;”>According to the event organiser, no rx Rajab Kavuma, all is set starting from security officers.
However, drivers under their organisation, had earlier agreed to boycott the event due to Kavuma’s failure to clear their arrears.
Drivers were claiming Kavuma in the Easter Monday sprint this year didn’t pay the shs5m to Uganda motor-rally drivers club.
Kavuma dismissed the allegations as “totally untrue and completely baseless.”
“The fact is I paid and they are ready to take part tomorrow,” said Kavuma.
Meanwhile, Jas Mangati is not ready for this event fearing damaging his car which he is preparing to use during the KCB Safari rally next weekend in Kenya.
The Mukwano super sprint has been organised to solicit funds to acquire a safety van for motorsport fraternity.
According to George ‘Uncle’ Kagimu, the van is set to cost almost 60m. Motorbikes will open route for the sprint early in the day of Sunday.