Fufa invite Onduparaka to help in investigations

Viane Ssekajugo scored in Wakiso’s 1-0 win over Onduparaka but the game is under the spotlight.
PHOTO BY DON PHILLIP MUGABI

Match-fixing whistleblowers, Onduparaka FC, will appear before Fufa’s investigatory chamber of ethics committee today to help with a probe into the much publicised vice.
This comes after

Millions offered to Onduparaka to lose to Tooro, Wakiso Giants

Unscrupulous characters reportedly approached club chairman Benjamin Nyakuni and a player before games against Tooro United and Wakiso Giants, asking him to throw away the matches for millions

, which was first brought to light by Onduparaka in the club’s public statement on social media last week.
In their statement, Onduparaka expressed concern about “the growing invasion of the Uganda Premier League (UPL) by persons whose sole agenda is to manipulate league games with promises of huge sums of money to those willing to adhere to their demands.”
It went ahead to highlight how Onduparaka had been approached by several individuals asking them to sell matches, and called upon all stakeholders to “protect the league from such self-seeking individuals.”
Daily Monitor can now confirm that Fufa have henceforth invited the West Nile club to appear before the said committee with “all the evidence they might have gathered during their interactions with the said individuals (match fixers).”

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