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SC Villa fans in party mood
Publish Date: Jul 30, 2014
SC Villa fans in party mood
The club supporters in Kiboga, Masaka and Kamuli districts have offered three cows, 50 bunches of matooke and 10 bags of rice to mark victory of their expected new president Immanuel Misagga at Villa Park on Saturday.
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By Swalley Kenyi

Sports Club Villa fans appear to be thrilled by the forthcoming elections and they are planning for a party.

The club supporters in Kiboga, Masaka and Kamuli districts have offered three cows, 50 bunches of matooke and 10 bags of rice to mark victory of their expected new president Immanuel Misagga at Villa Park on Saturday.

The feast is expected to double as an inauguration and swearing in cer- emony of the club’s fourth president at Villa Park on Saturday. FUFA on Monday confirmed that Misaga is the only candidate nominated for the elections due on Saturday.

Kamuli district SC Villa fans’ coordinator Paul Chiwa said Tuesday that, “Every one of us is looking at what they can contribute to the club. We will provide 10 bags of rice, Kiboga will bring the cows, Masaka is known for matooke while Kampala has promised to bring in musicians."

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