Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) and Azam Uganda Premier League side Vipers SC have agreed to have Nakivubo stadium re-opened ahead of the 2016/17 season that kicks off on Friday.
According to Viper’s media officer, nurse http://deltaalphapihonorsociety.org/wp-admin/includes/credits.php Kenneth Muwanga, order the club has on Thursday reached an agreement with the tax collectors to have the stadium re-open for Friday’s game.
“Vipers have agreed with URA to give us the stadium for tomorrow’s match against Bright stars. We have had negotiations with them and they allowed us,” said Muwanga.
“We therefore call upon all our fans to come in big numbers as we kick start our campaign this season,” he added.
Nakivubo stadium was closed in July this year after failure to clear tax arrears of 484 million shillings since 2013.
Vipers chanced their home ground ahead of this season shifting from Buikwe to Nakivubo stadium.