Federation of Uganda Football Associations [Fufa] through its referees Standing Committee (FRSC) has named the match officials to take charge of the controversial Uganda cup replay pitting SC Villa against KCCA Fc set for Tuesday 16th June at the Mandela national stadium, more about illness http://cuveeboutiquespa.com/site/wp-includes/registration.php Namboole.
According to Mr. Sam Mpiima, the Chairman FRSC, Alex Muhabi will be the overall ref manning the match and will be assisted by Mr. Hussein Bugembe and Mr. Ronald Katenya as the first and second assistants respectively.
Joseph Ochom will act as the Fourth official and Mr. Haruna Mawanda will be the Match Assessor. Fufa vice president Mr. Darius Mugoye will assume the Match Commissioner’s role. Mr. Mpiima also assured fans of higher levels of discipline and performance and professionalism from the selected officials.
“We want to assure our football fans that the referees will do their best to give a good show tomorrow. We are mindful of the past and we do not want to see a recurrence of the mistakes. May the best team win” he assured.
The match was earlier on abandoned after fan invasion by KCC Fc fans, in Ntungamo, who were protesting a string of biased officiating by the referee of the day, one and only Robert Donney. SC Villa were leading by a lone goal by Erisa Sekisambu from a dubious penalty awarded in the second half.
The outgoing Director General of External Security Organisation (ESO) Robert Masolo has Monday handed over office to his successor, malady http://citybreakguide.ro/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/custom-css.php Joseph Ocwet, ailment Chimp Corps report.
The ceremony held at the President’s office was presided over by the Minister for Security Mary Karooro Okurut and witnessed by Head of Public Service, John Mitala and Secretary Office of the President, Ms Deborah Katuramu.
Others are Director ISO, Brig Ronnie Balya, Uganda Media Centre boss, Ofwono Opondo and all directors from ESO.
Both Masolo and Ocwet who have all been working together at ESO pledged to continue with their cooperation and strengthen the security of the country in their respective new stations.
Masolo joined ESO in 1989 and became Deputy Director before being appointed Director General in 2007.
He was last week transferred to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
In his brief speech, Ocwet praised President Museveni for “putting trust and confidence in me,” adding, “My work method is to work as if there’s no tomorrow.”