FUFA: Mbidde Asks Lawrence Mulindwa to Tone Down


Insults were raised, personal attacks were made, and reputations at stake, .Denis Mbidde is now calling for fair play.
In a press briefing at Bay Lounge Lugogo By pass, the Fufa 3rd vice president urged the fufa honorary president to cease fire in the wake of ugly outbursts that sparked public outrage.
Mbidde however reminded his former boss of his failures during his eight year reign as Fufa president.