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SOCCER PROBE: Kavuma inquiry gets down to work after fresh briefing

By Vision Reporter

Added 18th September 2003 03:00 AM

National Council of Sports soccer probe team started its work yesterday by holding private discussions and agreeing on their work method.

National Council of Sports soccer probe team started its work yesterday by holding private discussions and agreeing on their work method.

By Norman Katende

National Council of Sports soccer probe team started its work yesterday by holding private discussions and agreeing on their work method.

The probe team, led by former state defence minister Stephen Kavuma, will continue planning their schedule today at Lugogo, before announcing their work plan.

Team members were yesterday armed with copies of the FUFA constitution, Nile Special Super League rules and regulations plus the Council Act and other documents related to their work.

They are expected to hand over their findings on October 15.

“They have started their work. They are revising the regulations that will give them guidelines in their work and will be meeting tomorrow (today) to discuss how they will carry on with the probe,” said NCS assistant general secretary-technical, Justin Ligyalingi yesterday.

Others on the probe team that will be funded by NCS are Lt. Col. Albert Kareba (former NCS member), Dr. Sentongo Kibalama (Dean at Makerere University), Geofrey Kihuguru (former MOSAC chairman) and Patrick Nyaika (Chief executive of Uganda Investment Authority).

Meanwhile, state sports minister Henry Oryem Okello has praised the team saying that it is made up of people of integrity.

“If everything remains neutral, then I believe the committee will come out with the best probe,” said Okello.

SOCCER PROBE: Kavuma inquiry gets down to work after fresh briefing

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