Sunday, May 8, 2011

Mulinwda defends entry charges

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Fufa president Lawrence Mulindwa has defended the federation’s decision to increase entry charges for the Cranes game against Guinea Bissau to be played on June 4 at Mandela National Stadium - Namboole. The charges were announced last week by Fufa chief executive office Edgar Watson. Ordinary fans will pay Shs15,000 up from Shs10,000 to watch The Cranes while VIPs have to part with Shs30,000, up from Shs20,000.

Mulindwa said the increment was justifiable because the cost of living had more

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