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Kadaga confirmed to have received the evidence that made her to stop the committee from its investigations.
However, Patrick Nsanja, the Ntenjeru South MP, who filed the court case (still going) on behalf of Ex-internationals said, “we shall go by the Speaker’s decision but in case we fail to get proper justice, then we will hand in the request to the Speaker for the committee to continue with the investigations.”
Investigations headed by the Mityana Women MP, Sylvia Namabidde, started early in January this year.
Many concerned parties about the legality of the federation including former FUFA presidents were summoned and the committee, according to source, has been finalising to release the report.