By Watchdog reporter

Former Fufa spokesperson Rogers Mulindwa has condemned Uganda’s football governing body for treating Uganda Cranes ex-coach Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojević in undeserving manner after failure to clear his outstanding debt of salary and bonuses of Shs 230million.

Mulindwa said that Micho delivered Uganda into the promised land after 39 years of a long wait and what they have paid him back is by stealing his salary adding that Micho should forgive Uganda.

“U delivered us into the Promised Land after 39yrs of a long wait and we have only paid u back by thieving on ur salary. #4give us Micho!” he posted on his social media.

The Serbian coach guided the team to the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations, ending Uganda’s 39-year absence from the continental high table, but announced on Saturday that he had terminated his contract with Uganda due to the federation’s failure to honour his contract.

However, Fufa president Moses Magogo has responded to Mulindwa’s claim saying that he should not expose how much hypocrite he is.

Magogo said when Mulindwa was still the federation’s spokesperson; he fought so much that Lawrence Mulindwa, Fufa president by then doesnot hire Micho to the extent of begging his him (Lawrence) to change his mind on the steps to the press conference to announce his arrival.

“You branded him a Rwanda reject that Uganda should not hire and that LM had hired him under pressure of Myself and Edgar. It cannot be you to post this,”Magogo wrote on Mulindwa’s facebook wall.

“We grow older every year my brother and if you are truly a Seventh Day Adventist (believer) you had better confess here and repent to your God. These are earthly things that God is able to see behind unlike the readers,”he added.