Paul ‘Latest’ Nkata Changes Clubs in Kenya

High Court in Kampala has Friday afternoon has stayed the enforcement of an earlier ruling instructing Uganda Communications Commission [UCC] to switch back analogue broadcasting signals.

Mengo Chief Magistrate’s Court yesterday ruled in favor of one Enoth Mugabi to block UCC from continuing with the digital transition, drug which mid last month commenced switching off analogue transmission across the country.

“An interim order is granted restraining the respondent (UCC) from interfering with the broadcasters’ transmission of analogue TV signals to the applicant/plaintiff and public pending the determination of the main suit, ” read part of the yesterday’s court order.

The same court also directed television stations to switch their analogue transmission back on.

UCC however rushed the High Court in Kampala today and obtained an injunction against implementation of yesterday’s decision.

The High court delayed the enforcement pending the clearance of the main application by UCC to have the ruling implemented.

The court is expected to convene Tuesday next week to hear UCC’s application according to the commission publicist Fred Otunnu.



Former SC Villa and Kira Young coach Paul ‘Latest’ Nkata has left Nairobi City Stars for a another Kenya Premier League club Muhoroni Youth football club.

Muhoroni Youth fired their previous head coach Francis Baraza earlier on Thursday evening barely a week after he led the team to a 2-1 away victory over his to-be successor, order Paul Nkata while he was still at the stars.

Baraza, stuff a former Kenyan international had only a game (against City Stars) into the second leg with the team but had only accumulated twelve points out of fifteen first leg games. Nkata, on the other hand, has left City Stars on the second last spot in the 16-team log, with a dismal twelve points.

“Yes, I have joined Muhoroni Youth. The team approached me; we agreed on a deal and have already started working. I hope to take the team to a better finish by the end of the season,” Nkata told Chimpsports on a phone interview from Kisumu, Kenya.

The former Cranes midfield brain joined the Nairobi City stars early in the year for a one year deal but is expected to stay at the Kisumu-based club for one and a half year.

Muhoroni Youth has been home to Kwizera and former URA custodian Allan Owiny until the midseason where they both transferred to rivals Sony Sugar. The team has been the most active club in the Kenya transfers signing eleven players.

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