PHOTOS:Top Uganda Muslim Clerics Charged with Terrorism, Murder

Kampala City Council Authority (KCCA) Football Club has unveiled Pay TV Star Times as Shirt Sponsors in a deal worth Sh 750 million over a period of three years.

This was confirmed today at a press briefing held at the KCCA headquarters at City Hall in Kampala.

Speaking the unveiling ceremony, diagnosis KCCA Executive Director Jennifer Musisi expressed excitement about the historic development.

KCCA FC's new Jerseys
KCCA FC’s new Jerseys

“We thank Star Times to have come on board to co-brand with a powerful institution which is KCCA, viagra order making it two strong brands, remedy ” KCCA Executive Director told the media.

“We encourage and are ready to get on board other partners to work with us for uplifting the standards of our club, this is just the start,” she added


On behalf of Star Times, Marketing Manager Aldrine Nsubuga didn’t hide his excitement.

“We are elated to have collaborated with the biggest footballing brand which is KCCA FC,” Nsubuga said.


“Star Times is a global brand in over 24 courtiers across Africa, Asia and Europe,” he added.

The deal was signed in the presence of KCCA FC chairman Micheal Okua among others

Star Times will advertise on KCCA’s jerseys but all also advertise their brand at the Philip Omondi Stadium which is the home ground of KCCA.


Nakawa Grade one Magistrate Timothy Lumunye has Thursday afternoon charged 12 Tabliq Muslims of 5 offenses including terrorism and murder of Muslim clerics, visit this before remanding them to Luzira prison until January 29.

The accused include Sheikh Muhamad Yunus Kamoga(63), information pills the Tabliq leader;his wife Aisha Nasibante(31), Hakim Kinene(23),Murta Mudde Bukenya,Badru Bukenya(27),Muzamiru Kasawuli(23),Alex Okot(44),Joseph Olanya(23),Charles Okidi(28),Sheikh Fahad Kalungi(38),Arafat Sserunjoji(29) and Amir Kinene(37).

Sheikh Yunus Kamoga arrives at court on Thursday.
Sheikh Yunus Kamoga arrives at court on Thursday.

Prosecution alleges the accused and others still at large, between December 2014 and January 5, 2015 in Mayuge district and Bwebajja in Wakiso District with intent to intimidate the public and sections of the Muslim faith for political, social and religious aims, involved themselves in the murder of Sheikh Ductoor Suudi Bongo Muwaya and Mustapha Bahiga.

The group is further accused of crimes against humanity contrary to section 8 of the ICC Act Laws of Uganda when in a systematic way directed attacks towards the Shia and Tabliq Muslims, which resulted in the murders of 2 Sheikhs Ductoor Suudi Muwaya and Mustapha Bahiga recently.

Sheikh Kamoga's wife is among those arrested
Sheikh Kamoga’s wife Aisha was among those arrested

“The 12 are also accused of terrorism contrary to section 7(1) and 2(a) of the Anti-Terrorism Act 2012 for with intent to intimidate the public for political, religious and social aims involved themselves in the murder of Sheikhs  Ductoor Abdulkadir  Suudi Muwaya ,Mustafa Bahiga and the attempted murder of Dr.Haruna Jemba,” read the state prosecutor.

The group was recently apprehended from different parts of the country before being detained at the Special Investigations Unit in Kireka from where they were brought to court.

Suspects in court today
The suspects in court today.

On Thursday afternoon aboard a Uganda Police mini bus and amidst tight security, the group was brought to the Nakawa Magistrates court and charged.

Sheikh Ductoor Abdulkadir  Suudi Muwaya  was late last year shot dead at his home in Mayuge a few days  before another Muslim cleric Sheikh Mustafah Bahiga  was on  the night of  28 December  gunned down  at Bwebajja Tawfiq mosque along road by unknown assailants who according to police were riding on a motorcycle a few days after

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