A source who sought anonymity revealed to Goal.com Kenya that the country's CID are interested in Fufa's financial details for the year 2011/2012Federation of Ugandan Football Association (FUFA) President Lawrence Mulindwa is expected to appear before the country's Criminial Investigations Department Authorities who are investigating allegations of fraud and false accounting.
This follows a written summon by the Department's commandant Chelimo Beata. A source who preferred to remain anonymous revealed to Goal.com Kenya that the country's CID are interested in the Federation's financial details for the year 2011/2012.
"They most probably want the federation to account for the sums of money in detail. They also need the list of FUFA delegates as well as copies of the FA's revised constitution."
Also in question is the accountability of funds awarded by good willed stakeholders, including President Yoweri Museveni and Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi days to the crunch AFCON 2012 qualifier against Kenya last year.