During FUFA media Quarterly engagement at Jevine Hotel in Rubaga, current president for Federation of Uganda Football Association (FUFA) Eng. Moses Magogo has declared his intentions to the public that he will be standing for a third term to continue heading the local football governing body (FUFA).
Magogo has been at the president of FUFA since 2013 when he replaced Vipers football culb boss Lawrence Mulindwa who decided not to stand for a third term. However, Magogo’s venture into active politics where he was elected MP for Budiope East in the 2021 elections some thought he would not stand again as FUFA President though no rule calls him to do so.
Speaking today during his quarterly media engagement, he revealed that he will contesting for the third term in FUFA presidency race. Magogo has been unopposed in all the elections he has stood as FUFA President
“I will make it official that I am standing again as FUFA President.”
He claimed that being in parliament will make him serve football better because he will directly be tabling the issues on the floor of parliament without involving any third party.
This year’s FUFA Elections will take place in August during the General Assembly.