Magogo Has Lost

Proline FC director Mujib Kasule has announced that he will stand for the FUFA Presidency in the forthcoming Federation elections come 31st August.

Kasule a former KCCA FC player confirmed the development on Tuesday morning at McKinnon suites in Kampala.

“I will stand for the FUFA presidency in the coming election because I believe we need a rest. We need to have values and systems not individuals.”

Football does not belong to people in Mengo or the players but to all Ugandans.” It is like a hospital and that’s why there’s no room for politics in the game of football since everyone goes to watch soccer for a particular reason.”

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In his manifesto, Mujib pledges to priorities the domestic league, saying it is more important in developing players and should be allocated more resources.

Mujib also hinted that once he is elected into office, he will prioritize the Uganda Premier league by investing 2.5Billion as well as giving more support to Women football.

Article 39 of the FUFA statute provides that for one to stand for the position of FUFA President, he must be between 31 and 69 years of age and must have served Football for at least seven years. 

This is the second time Mujib is running for the same position after his failed bid in 2017 when he disqualified for alleged failure to comply with the election guidelines. 

Magogo Has Lost

He joins incumbent Moses Magogo and Makindye West Member of Parliament Allan Ssewanyana Aloysius in the race for the top office at Mengo.

Who is Mujib Kasule?

Born to Sheikh Muhamad Kizza and Hajjat Hadija Wanyana in Wandegeya, Jiba came through the Kibuli Secondary School ranks before joining Coffee fc and KCCA FC.

He later left to the States (USA) for further studies where he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Economics Research.

Mujib is retired from the game at an early age of 27, and later initiated the Proline Soccer Academy.

He is a qualified coach, CAF instructor and a former FUFA Vice President.