Thugs Break Into FMU Offices, Money, Office Equipment Taken

The Federation of Motorsport Clubs of Uganda (FMU) fell victim to a brazen break-in at their offices.

The disturbing incident that has sent shockwaves through the motorsport community, occured on a Wednesday night.

Leila Mayanja, the General Secretary of FMU, has confirmed the unfortunate break-in.

Mayanja has revealed that burglars ransacked the FMU offices, making off with valuable office equipment, including computer monitors.

This was not the extent of their actions, as they went on to break open drawers and stole all the money that was present in the premises.

The FMU offices are located within the confines of the National Council of Sports Offices in Lugogo, a sports complex.

The break-in raises questions about security and the safety of valuable assets not only for FMU but also for other sports organizations and institutions operating within the complex.

UBF (Boxing), FUBA (Basketball) and UCA (Cricket) offices are also housed at the NCS complex.

The stolen office equipment, particularly the monitors, plays a crucial role in FMU’s day-to-day operations.

They are essential tools for managing the various aspects of motorsport events and ensuring the smooth coordination of races and tournaments.

Their loss has left FMU officials scrambling to find alternatives to continue their work efficiently.

Equally concerning is the theft of the money that was stored within the FMU offices, however, no figures were confirmed by press time.

The incident is yet to spark outrage but a thorough investigation will be taken.

The need for enhanced security measures within the Lugogo sports complex is also a topic of discussion.



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