stuff http://dancehallarena.com/wp-includes/class-wp-image-editor-imagick.php geneva;”>The youthful FUFA Vice President unveiled his work-plan dubbed ‘The Next 4 years’ that is centered along the code ‘IFET’, nurse meaning Internal Organization, Funds, External Relations and communications, and Technical.
The launch took place at Ivy’s Hotel Wakaliga in Kampala at midday before sports journalist FUFA delegates and his intended Executive.
“I will consolidate Mulindwa’s achievements. Mafias failed us on many fronts but they have to join us to develop the game,” Magogo complimented the outgoing Mulindwa association to which he is been second-in command.
“We would have achieved much, but we were let down by small financial muscle, cliques working to fail us and the limited time we had,” he added.
Magogo Dressed in a navy-blue suit, Magogo spoke with poise as he delivered a manifesto centered on accountability, youth and woman football development, making the Uganda Cranes brand wider and luring more corporate sponsorship into the game among others.
His executive has Anthony Kimuli, who has been in charge of the federation’s coffers, will in the new executive serve as first vice president. Justus Mugisha is second vice president.
Mujib Kasule was proposed as vice president in charge of the Uganda Premier League but will however have to compete against Tadeus Kitandwe and Jimmy Lukwago in the new team takes office on August 31.
Regional representatives are : Hamid Juma (Kampala), Abbas Sendyowa (Western), Sam Mpiima (Buganda), Patrick Ogwel (Mid North), Sam Lwere (Eastern), Patrick Ochom (North Eastern), Lasul Aliga(North) and Rogers Byamukama (Kitara) and Mariam Kaliga (Women).
On June 23rd after approximately 9 years at the helm, FUFA president Lawrence Mulindwa has decided not to stand for re-election, a move which caught Ugandans by surprise.
Magogo beat the other would be contestants in Kampala Member of Parliament Muhammad Nsereko and Internal Security Organization Deputy Director Taban Amin after they failed to satisfy the requirements.
Nsereko and Amin were lacking in a qualification that required one to have served as an executive of a major football body for a minimum of seven years.
Magogo, a FIFA instructor, to the contrary has served on the FUFA executive for eight years. He was on the federation’s competitions committee before being elevated to vice president.