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Ugandan football rocked by claims of sex orgies in Cranes camp

Federation of Uganda Football Associations (Fufa) president Moses Magogo has dismissed as “politics” reports that a number of national team players broke camp rules and engaged in sex orgies at the Africa Cup of Nations.

Uganda was based in the cities of Port Gentil and Oyem during their ten-day campaign in the tournament here in Gabon.

The team exited the tournament after failing to win any of their three group matches against Ghana, Egypt and Mali.

However, it is reports of behind the scenes happenings within the team, which have since come to the fore, which have surprised many of the Cranes’ fans.


“There is alot of politics going on at home right now. Nothing of the sort (sex marathons) happened. Take it from me,” Magogo told Nairobi News at the Radisson Blu Hotel here on Saturday.

Despite Magogo’s denial, Nairobi News has learnt that indeed, some Cranes players sneaked a woman into the team hotel in Port Gentil for a sex orgy.

The suspected culprits in the incident are a reserve striker, who barely enjoyed any play time, and a key central defender.

Separately, the Confederation of African Football (Caf) has, through its spokesman Junior Binyam, refused to confirm or deny that it is investigating the incident.