Proline Football Club ‘s director Mujib Kasule has withdrawn from standing as FUFA president unseat Moses Magogo.
Mujib over yesterday picked presidency nomination forms from FUFA electoral offices and decleared intention to constant but over sudden has allegedly that the FUFA elections processes are unfair as they only favour the current president.
Mujib was today supposed to return the forms, but during a press conference today at Proline offices , he revealed that he failed to collect the required signatures as all members claimed to have signed for incumbent Moses Magogo and for now only two candidates are in the race Hon Allan and Magogo.
But informed that the media that he has plan B and he will be soon revealing it to the public.
According to the FUFA Electorate law, each candidate is supposed to be valid if supported by any three members of FUFA where one such member is from the FUFA Super League Clubs or Big League and a member of Special Interest Groups (SIGs) as defined by article 10 in the FUFA Statutes. A member is not allowed to nominate more than one person.