Magogo Confirms Returning

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

Magogo made these remarks in a press briefing where engaged media people at Jevine Hotel in Rubaga, Kampala.

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

Magogo says that those who would want to come out and table what they can achieve for Uganda’s football not to hesitate but to come and try their luck.

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Magogo has been at Uganda’s Football Association as a president since 2013 when he replaced Dr. 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.

Magogo Confirms Returning

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 whose venue is yet to be recognized.

Who is Magogo?

Moses Magogo was born in Buyende DistrictEastern Uganda and currently lives in Kampala, Uganda.

Moses Magogo took the mantle as Federation of Uganda Football Associations president on 31 August 2013 after succeeding Dr. Lawrence Mulindwa. He was re-elected in 2017 for another four year term.

Moses Magogo went to Kagulu Primary School in Kamuli District, Jinja College in Jinja District and Namilyango College in Mukono District before joining Makerere University for a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering.