The Katikkiro of Buganda Owek. Charles Peter Mayiga has alayed any fears that The FUFA Drum would disrupt the programmes for the Masaza Cup football tournament.
The Katikiro’s comments came after the meeting held between him, Buganda football officials and FUFA leadership at Bulange Mengo on Tuesday 13th March, 2018.
The FUFA Delegation had 1st Vice President Justus Mugisha, CEO Edgar Watson and Communications Manager Ahmed Hussein.
The Buganda Sports Kingdom Delegation had its Minister of Sports Youth and Recreation Owek. Henry Sekabembe Kiberu, Chairman Masaza Cup Football Organising Committee Hajji Sulaiman Sejengo and Buganda Football Planning Committee Chairman Sam Mpiima.
The Katikiro said;
FUFA President Eng. Moses Magogo has elaborated to me about the tournament and we are in total support.
We had fears that it would clash with our Masaza programme. The tournament doesn’t clash with the Masaza cup. It will help tap more talent.d
We have discussed about the challenges of the calendar for the two tournaments. I am glad that we are at peace now after this meeting.
The fixtures for 18th March 2018 ; (All Kick off at 4pm)
Sebei vs Busoga at Kiprotich Stadium, Kapchorwa
Bugisu vs Teso at Mbale Municipal Stadium
Acholi vs Buganda, Pece Stadium-Gulu
Kigezi vs Lango, Kabale Municipal Stadium
Kampala vs Bunyoro, StarTimes Stadium, Lugogo
West Nile vs Ankole Barokoro Stadium, Zombo
Rwenzori vs Bukedi-Nyakasanga Grounds, Kasese
Tooro vs Karamoja, Buhinga Stadium, Fortportal
MAIN PHOTO: L-R; Chairman Buganda Football Planning Committee Sam Mpiima, FUFA President Eng. Moses Magogo, Katikiro of Buganda Owek .Charles Peter Mayiga, Chairman Masaza Cup Football Organising Committee Hajji Sulaiman Sejjengo and Buganda Minister of Sports,Youth and Recreation Owek. Henry Sekabembe Kiberu