By Julius Senyimba
The second Uganda Premier League night live game saw SC Villa defeat Mbarara City FC 2-1. However, the encounter has been reduced to match-fixing allegations that have seen the losing side goalie, Ali Kimera and his boss being suspended to allow smooth flow of investigation by the club.
Away from Kimera’s two clumsy acts that gifted Villa both goals, off the pitch, UPL secretariat member, Eric Owori also had a bad night as unknown people stole his Toyota Premio while he was busy watching the game. “I entered Namboole at around 7.20 PM to catch the game and parked at my usual spot next to our (UPL) offices. But to my surprise, after the game, my car was gone,” Owori narrated.
He further questioned the security at night games wondering why motor cyclists were registered and given notes which they had to produce before exiting but nothing was in place for them (car owners).
With security cameras strategically stationed at Namboole (hope they are functional), the thief of UAK 862F, white in colour might be brought to book. The case under reference number 36/03/04/2019 is with Central Police Station, Kampala after the matter was transferred from Bweyogerere police station.