SINAN RAJUB SENOGA
Tooro United will shift home base from Buhinga grounds to Muteesa II stadium Wankulukuku for the rest of the season.
The development comes after authorities notified the club to vacate the Buhinga grounds in Fort Portal to enable construction at the stadium.
Tooro United will now play their remaining three home fixtures against BUL FC, URA FC and Mbarara City at Wankulukuku which is also the home of Express FC.
The Wasswa Bbosa coached team had shifted from Kavumba at the start of the season but had to wait until November last year for their first home league game in Fort Portal.
Since moving to Fort Portal, Tooro United subsequently turned Buhinga grounds into a fortress winning nine of the 13 games played there and drawing the other four.
Only SC Villa, KCCA, Vipers and Onduparaka have managed to pick a point from Buhinga.
Tooro United are 7th on the Uganda Premier League table with 33 points garnered from 23 outings.