Unemployed Youth Case Stalls

FUFA President, buy information pills Eng. Moses Magogo has highlighted the need to increase the quantity and quality of human resources in Ugandan football.

During his first FUFA weekly press briefing for the year 2015 at FUFA House in Mengo, Magogo said  the country is still way behind as far as availability of adequate  qualified coaches, referees, finance managers, marketers and legal personnel is concerned.

The president however said the federation has already devised means of increasing the number and quality of coaches in Uganda.

He said courses would continue to help coaches attain CAF licenses.

He also disclosed that FUFA intends to help clubs develop their human resources and assist them in contractual re-structuring of permanent marketing and legal departments.
Buganda Road grade one magistrate Joan Aciro has pushed to February 4, side effects the hearing of the case against seven members of the National Association of Unemployed Youth.


The adjournment came after the state prosecutor Edward Muhumuza informed court that investigations in this matter were still ongoing and thus sought an adjournment to enable them finalize the inquiries.
In reply to this request, help defence counsel Isaac Semakadde asked court to grant the adjournment on a condition that state comes well prepared to proceed with this case on the set date or the case is dismissed.
Semakadde added that the state’s delay in finalizing investigation was an act of Human rights abuse.
The prosecution alleges that these seven namely Doreen Nyanjura, side effects Buwembo Habib,Nakyeyune Joweria,Awungi Bethwell,Ainomugisha Dickson,Atuhaire Brain and Wabulembo Robinson and others still at large on October 27, 2014 while  in Kampala, participated in unlawful assembly leading to breach of peace.



On Wednesday October 29th 2014 these seven were charged with holding unlawfully assembly.

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