Tadeus Kitandwe has been fined Sh0.5M after remarks against Referee Shamila Nabadda.
FUFA Ethics Committee Adjudicatory Chamber has fined Vipers director Tadeus Kitandwe after his social media remarks on Referee Shamila Nabadda.
Kitandwe has been fined Sh500,000 over his remarks, FUFA has announced.
He made the remarks after Nabadda had sent off striker Fahad Bayo at Wakishah grounds between Wakiso Giants and Vipers SC.
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FUFA has said that Kitandwe is supposed to pay the fine within 14 days from the date of this decision with failure to pay the fine in the stipulated time shall attract a 6) month ban from all FUFA related activities.
“The violation arose when Kitandwe referred to the match official as a “bumless chic” and the statement, “Kakati ono bwataba betting then what…” insinuated a situation of likely bias on the part of a match official,” reads part of the statement from FUFA.
“The words used by Tadeus Kitandwe via Facebook against a match official constitute offensive and insulting language directed at a match official within the meaning of Article 21 of the FUFA Ethics Code.
“Kitandwe is a first time offender, appears remorseful and has apologised for the media comments made. The Chamber also took into account the fact that Mr. Kitandwe took down the post from Facebook.”