Ddungu was banned about a month ago by the UOC Extra Ordinary Assembly for contravening the UOC constitution and International Olympic Committee (IOC) Charter, when he took executive matters to court.
The Uganda Olympics Committee has asked Roger Hans Ddungu, the former UOC president to return the national team jersey in his possession. Ddungu was banned about a month ago by the UOC Extra Ordinary Assembly for contravening the UOC constitution and International Olympic Committee (IOC) Charter, when he took executive matters to court.
William Blick, the UOC acting president says that Ddungu has been keeping the national team Puma jersey since 2011 All Africa Games in Mozambique. Blick says that UOC has written to government to intervene and help recover the Jersey because Ddungu didn’t hand it over to the team in Maputo.
He says that in addition to recovering the jersey, they decided to appeal for government intervention because Ddungu continues to impersonate the leadership of various associations. They include Canoeing Association, Taekwondo and Kayaking. Blick says that they are surprised that Ddungu has become the chairman of various bodies and fear this might get out of hand.
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Although Ddungu was kicked out of UOC, he has continued to try to influence some sports federations ahead of the UOC elections early next year. Ddungu has not yet commented on the accusations against him as his known phone number was switched off, when URN tried reaching him.
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