FUFA bans partisan attire

FUFA president Moses Magogo
FUFA president Moses Magogo

A dress code for tomorrow’s match has been set.

FUFA together with the police have banned the wearing of partisan attire during tomorrow’s match between Uganda Cranes and Togo.

This is after some soccer fans turned up adorned in T shirts branded with politicians names at previous matches.

Speaking at joint security meeting this morning FUFA president Moses Magogo quoted the Fufa Statute 3 and 4 that bans discrimination.

He says no one with such attire will be allowed into the stadium.

The Police Commander of Operations Andrew Felix Kaweesi has assured every Ugandan intending to watch the match of maximum security.