KCCA coach, Mutebi dismisses allegations over signing Toha

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“I want to flash out this rumor that has been going around that am interested in Toha Rashid. Am not interested in him since he is the main man at Onduparaka.

PIC: KCCA FC coach, Mike Mutebi dismissed any allegations of having interest in signing Onduparaka’s captain, Rashid Toha. (File photo)
 
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KAMPALA – Coach Mike Mutebi has dismissed allegations that KCCA FC is interested in the signing of Onduparaka captain Rashid Toha.
 
“I want to flash out this rumor that has been going around that am interested in Toha Rashid. Am not interested in him since he is the main man at Onduparaka and the project is around him, “stated Mutebi.
 
He added,”We can’t afford to distract Toha so that should be closed. Toha the captain of Onduparaka is there to stay though he is KCCA FC fan. May be we can think about that later “.
 
Mutebi flanked by his new captain goalkeeper Charles Lukwago reacted at press briefing today at Lugogo were Palliative Care Association of Uganda (PCAU) entered into a partnership with Onduparaka FC and KCCA FC to support New life Hospice Arua to establish a permanent home.
 
Palliative care is an approach that improves the quality of life of patients and their families facing problems associated with life-threatening illnesses such as cancer.
 
KCCA will host Onduparaka in the charity game this Saaturday at StarTimes stadium,Lugogo.
 
After the weekend, KCCA will have to travel to Arua for the second game that will be played at Green Light stadium on June 30.
 
The  two  events  are  expected  to raise sh500m, which is the estimated cost of  establishing the first building for New life Hospice Arua with its facilities. 
 
The building  will  house  a patient’s  waiting  room, three  office  rooms  and hostel  capacity  for at least 20 cancer  patients receiving treatment  at  Arua  Regional referral Hospital and patients  in transit after referral to Uganda Cancer institute (UCI).
 
But they will also be a fundraising cocktail at Startimes stadium, Lugogo after the first charity match to also help to generate income for  the cause. To be part of the dinner you  have to pay sh50000.
 
 
 
 

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