. It follows a resolution passed in the UOC extra ordinary general assembly rejecting outcomes of the probe committee led by Kanyeihamba over the weekend.
Retired Justice George Kanyeihamba says that he will send the Uganda Olympic Committee probe report directly to the International Olympic Committee headquarters in Geneva, once he finishes writing it. It follows a resolution passed in the UOC extra ordinary general assembly rejecting outcomes of the probe committee led by Kanyeihamba over the weekend.
The probe was instituted by Roger Hans Ddungu, the banned UOC president without authorization by his executive. The UOC general assembly decided to reject the report saying the probe was sanctioned by an individual and not the executive.
But Kanyeihamba insists that the despite that fact that UOC general assembly voted against his probe, he will continue with his work and report back to the International Olympic Committee headquarters in Geneva. Kanyeihamba told URN on Monday that he is not bothered whether or not they are paid, adding that money is his last problem.
//Cue in: ….It’s only today that I met Blick
Cue out;…..Geneva is saying they should consult,”//
Kanyeihamba also disclosed to URN that they advised Ddungu not to go to court and the other Executive members against holding the Extra Ordinary Assembly in vain. He defended his appointment to head the UOC tribunal saying that Ddungu used his emergency powers enshrined in the UOC constitution.
//Cue in; ….. As far we are concerned…….
Cue out …Powers to act alone,”//
But Penninah Kabenge, the UOC secretary general says that they will uphold the resolution by the Extra Ordinary Assembly not to recognize the probe committee findings. Kabenge told URN last evening that they have already sent the resolution from the assembly to IOC headquarters.