Proline Football Club Director Mujib Kasule and Makindye West Member of Parliament Allan Ssewanyana have both picked nominations forms to run for FUFA president.
Mujib picked the nomination forms from FUFA House in Mengo and revealed that he has only 48 hours to collect signatures that will back his candidature.
Ssewanyana, who is a strong critic of Magogo’s administration also picked his nomination forms today to become the next association’s president.
A candidature’s nomination must be supported by one Uganda Premier League or a Big League club, at least one of the special interest groups, and one of the eight Fufa regions.
The candidate must have had football administration experience for at least seven years within the last ten.
The nomination exercise is expected to be completed by May 31.
Incumbent Eng. Moses Magogo who is also the MP-elect for Budiope East constituency confirmed that he will be running for a third term in office.
Magogo has been at the association’s president since 2013 when he replaced Lawrence Mulindwa who decided not to stand for a third term. He has been voted as president on two occasions, both unopposed. His current tenure expires on August 31, 2021.
FUFA set Saturday August 21, 2021 for the upcoming general polls during this year’s Ordinary General Assembly to be hosted in Mbale where they will elect the new FUFA President and Executive into office for a four year term. A total of 88 delegates will take part in the elections.