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Magogo Confirms Returning For Another Term As FUFA President

The Federation of Uganda Football Association president Moses Magogo has announced that he will be standing for a third term later this year.

Magogo made these remarks during his quarterly media engagement at Jevine Hotel in Rubaga, Kamapala.

“I will make it official that i am standing again as FUFA President. Magogo announced.

“Now that i am in parliament, i think i will be able to serve football better because i will be able to table our issues on the floor of parliament.”

The former FUFA delegate also argued all those that want to stand against him to come out and try their luck.

Magogo has been at the helm since 2013 when he replaced Lawrence Mulindwa who decided not to stand for a third term.

He has been voted as president on two past occasions, both unopposed as his would-be competition is always boxed out by the tight and strict regulations.

Mujib Kasule, Hon. Muhammad Nsereko, Robert Kabushenga and Hon. Allan Ssewanyana are some of the big names that have failed to negotiate their way through the nomination process so as to stand against Magogo.

This year’s FUFA Elections will take place in August during the General Assembly.

LIST OF FUFA PRESIDENTS

1924 – 1934 – King Sir Daudi Chwa

1935 – 1944 – W.A. Hunter

1945 -1953 – W.B. Ouseley

1954 – 1956 – Eriasafu Nsobya

1957 – 1962 – W.W. Kulubya

1963 – 1964 – George Magezi

1965 – 1968 – A.A.A Nekyon

1969 – 1971 – Henry Balamaze Lwanga

1972 – 1974 – Kezekia Ssegwanga Musisi

1974 -1976 – Eria Mugisa

1977 – 1979 – Capt. Muhammed Sseruwagi

1979 – 1980 – Gerald Sendawula

1981 – Steven Ibale

1982 – Peter Abe

1982 – 1983 – Careb Babihuga

1983 – 1985 – Geresom Kagurusi

1985 – Chris Rwanika

1985 – 1987 – Barnabas Byabazaire

1988 – 1989 – Paul Katamba Lujjo

1989 – 1992 – John Baptist Semanobe

1992 – John Ssebaana Kizito (May – December)

1994 – Ben Kurtis Omoding Snr

1994 – 1995 –Moses Ali

1995 – 1998 –  Hajji Twaha Kakaire

1998 – 2004 – Denis Obua

2005 – 2013 – Dr. Lawrence Mulindwa

2013-todate: Eng. Moses Magogo Hassim


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