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His confirmation now brings the number of those intending to replace George Kagimu to three; these other two being Jack Wavamunno and Arthur Blick Junior.
Mayanja is confident that he can lead the Federation for the next term since he has a reasonable experience in motorsport leadership.
“I haven’t been so far from top leadership and I know how to manage the Federation’s activities and programmes,” said Mayanja.
Mayanja was the vice president in charge of technical matter during the reign of David Bitalo and also held the same post in the first term of the outgoing President, George Kagimu.
Currently, Mayanja is the FIA commissioner in Uganda and also one of the motocross representatives to FIA assembly.
Meanwhile, Katende Mukiibi, who has been the vice president in charge of technical matters in FMU, has also showed interest in coming back for the same post.
“I wish to come back as the vice president in charge of technical matters for another term,” noted Mukiibi.
FMU elections are expected to take place on February 1, 2014 at a yet to be known venue.
Unfortunately, the National Council of Sports that is responsible for announcing the electoral commission members has not yet done so.
No National council of Sports official was available for a comment about appointing the electoral body for FMU.