MP Nsereko Joins Race For FUFA Presidency

viagra 40mg geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 18pt;”>This followed the federation leader, this Lawrence Mulindwa’s announcement on Monday that he would bow out when his term expires on August 31.

pills geneva; font-size: small;”>“Football is more than a sporting discipline, it is an industry that can grow and provide jobs to our footballers and other professionals in the job market,” Nsereko posted on his Facebook page Tuesday.

He added: “Ugandan Football needs a man who understands its history, potential and the ability to grow. I believe it is that time to tell you my friends, I am available to serve the game in the position of FUFA President.”

The youthful lawmaker is a renowned Cranes supporter and football fanatic.

Kabushenga today said he made a decision to stand “based on my passion and belief that FUFA needs new leadership.”

“Mulindwa after doing a good job has created an opportunity for FUFA to renew its leadership and I think that therefore FUFA needs a leader like me to come in and give it new energy.”


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