Troubled Uganda Olympic commitee fate to be decided on May 19
The supreme Uganda Olympic Committee executive has fixed the extra ordinary assembly for May 19 at Kampala’s Kati Kati restaurant.
The international Olympic Committee (IOC), called for the executive to meet and resolve administrative wrangles in the troubled Olympic Committee that resulted with the suspension of embattled UOC president Rogers Ddungu, for failure to follow the executive
The executive committee that met Thursday agreed on the date and set up the agenda which includes the probe report on committee secretary Peninah Kabenge, the preparations for the Olympic Games and a way forward following the committee wrangles.
Vice president (technical) Dennis Galabuzi confirmed that all is set for the meeting that will chart the way forward for the wrangling Olympic committee. Ddungu has resorted to court after failing to secure IOC support.
Through his lawyers, Arinaitwe Law Chambers Ddungu has threatened to drug the seven executive members that suspended him, together with the administrative secretary Collins Joseph Ssemanda, to court if they don’t rescind their decision and apologise.