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FUFA grieved with the lives lost in the accident of Uganda Cranes team bus

The Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) has joined the families of the deceased who died in a motor accident that involved the Uganda Cranes players and officials.

An clarified number of people are said to have lost their lives in this fatal accident which happened at Jammi village in Kamonkoli district ten kilometers after Mbale town .

At a press conference held at FUFA House, Mengo on Wednesday .Mr Decolus Kiiza on behalf of the FUFA CEO Edgar Watson passed on the massage to the families of the deceased and Ugandans in general.

He later wished a quick recovery to all those still in hospital.

A minute of silence will be observed before all the games of the Azam Uganda Premier league kick off on Friday 12th December 2015.

In a related development, all the Uganda Cranes players and officials who sustained injuries are in good condition after receiving treatment from Nakasero Hospital.

“All players are better off now including  myself after that fatal accident, we visited Nakasero hospital for treatment and all this was catered for by state house “ narrated Ahmed Hussein the FUFA Spoke Person.

MAIN PHOTO: FUFA Spokesperson, Ahmed Hussein (left) flanked by the FUFA finance director, Decolas Kizza at the weekly press conference held on Thursday, 10th December 2015

PHOTO CREDITS: FUFA Communications Department

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