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Byline: James Ssekandi
Fufa presidential aspirant Godfrey Kwizera is worried the forthcoming elections won't be free and fair. Kwizera feels returning officer Patrick Okanya is bent on rigging the November 7 polls in incumbent Lawrence Mulindwa's favour.
While addressing the press at Hotel Triangle yesterday, Kwizera demanded that Okanya releases the list of districts which have been cleared to attend the elective assembly and the club officials eligible to stand.
"Okanya and Fufa are deliberately concealing the list of districts, eligible clubs and their respective officials," Kwizera said. "It's part of a conspiracy to rig the elections."