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Uganda Police Investigating Magogo’s Ticket Theft

After only one when FIFA has just charged Magogo with charges of selling world cup 2014 tickets meant for Ugandans. Today CID summoned Allan Ssewanyana the Makindye East MP and who report the case before FIFA disciplinary committee to appear before the CID headquarters at Kibuli where he arrived at 12:30 together with his lawyer Alan Mulindwa, the two spent  2 hours in a closed-door meeting with the deputy CID director Joseph Obwona.

After the meeting, Ssewanyana said that this is a great step since the laws of the land are taking effect after the FIFA issuing penalties.

According to out from the meeting with CID deputy director, the investigations are ongoing, however, Allan Ssewanyana wants Magogo to step down because he is a disgrace to the nation. In the same Ssewanyana’s lawyer recounted that for had already warned Magogo to step down but to no avail, therefore if turns out that he is guilty, he may end up spending 7 years in prison.

Yesterday Magogo was banned for 2 months without engaging in any soccer activity and to pay a fine of Swiss franc 10000, Shs 37 million after him admitting that he truly sold the tickets that were meant for Ugandans

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