By Thomas odongo
The FUFA Commission of Inquiry into biased/fixed match officiating has today (Monday) commenced its sessions at Ivy's Hotel in Rubaga, Kampala and it will be tasked to complete its work within one month.
Led by former EALA Speaker Hon. Dan Kidega, the Commission is seeking information from the general public on the issues regarding match fixing as it was raised before by respective club stakeholders notably team coaches.
Persons with such information are required to give truly verified and credible information in order to speed up the process of the inquiry.
However, a person whose information leads to the logical conclusion of the matter will bag Shs.1,000,000 and in the future might become one of the FUFA Trustees.
The information should be related to match fixing claims from Uganda Premier League, FUFA Big League, Uganda Cup, FUFA Women Elite League and the FUFA Drum Tournament.
Commission Chairman Hon. Dan Kidega on Sunday evening released a public notice requesting the public to co-operate on this issue which is seriously eating up Ugandan football.
‘’We request the public to aid us with any information regarding match fixing in Uganda,’’ part of the statement read.
The commission will hold its sessions on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays between 10:00am and 4:00pm.
The deadline for receiving such information is 8th June (4:00pm) and the public can send such information via text messages or WhatsApp to 0757172863 or via email on firstname.lastname@example.org
The other four members on the commission are Muzafaru Zirabamuzale (Vice Chairperson), Kenny Mutenyo (Member), Annet Nakamya (Member) and Moses Kasibante (Member).