FUFA President Eng Moses Magogo has confirmed that he will be joining politics. It’s no longer a public secret.
Magogo, speaking on Sunday via a Sports show on Super FM, commented that he will stand for the Parliamentary seat of Budiope East in the forthcoming 2021 elections.
“My people in Budiope have asked me to represent them, something that I have agreed to and I will stand for the coming 2021 elections,” said Magogo.
The sports administrator was responding to the show’s host Vianney Junior Kasule’s question of whether he still has interest to go on as a FUFA President.
“I want to join Parliament and add to the other sports voices already there so as we can see how we can develop sports in the country,” he added.
Budiope East is currently represented by Geoffrey Dhamzungu in Parliament.
Magogo’s revelation indirectly suggests that he will be leaving the FUFA seat soon.
He was born in Kamuli, Eastern Uganda on 8th November 1976 to Mr. Sam Zua Nkinda and Mrs. Ruth Biribawa Nkinda.
The former Namilyango student holds a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering.
He became FUFA President in 2013, replacing Dr Lawrence Mulindwa.