FUFA has summoned Nyamityobora FC President Eng. Ben Misagga over allegations of match fixing.
According to the summons seen by this website, dated May 28, Misagga’s disciplinary charges follow investigatory chamber of the ethics committee’s report.
The Adjudicatory chamber of ethics committee is scheduled to hear charges from the report that averts that; “whilst acting as SC Villa official, Ben Misagga attempted to influence a match official so as to obtain an improper advantage for SC Villa during the match involving SC Villa which was played in Jinja, contrary to the FUFA ethics code.”
The summons were signed by Darius Ruta, the chairperson Adjudicatory Chamber Ethics Committee. The allegations are against the FUFA ethics code on manipulation of football matches or competition.
Misagga, former SC Villa president, has been summoned to appear before the committee for hearing at FUFA House, Mengo on June 6.
KCCA FC Manager Mike Mutebi earlier in the concluded season alleged that most of the league titles won in the recent past was a result of match fixing and he claimed that the vice is only going down.