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The case hearing kicks off Tuesday.
The suit follows complaints that FUFA delegates amended their constitution which dissolved all components that constitute the integral parts that form the embattled federation.
These included ex – internationals, referees, women, schools and district delegates, leaving only the Super Division clubs as the only entity constituting the assembly and the federation.
It emerged that Fred Muwema and Kavuma Kabenge capitalized on these loopholes in the Constitution to declare Mulindwa being illegally in office.
This, Chimp Sports Analysts say, coupled with the administration of two parallel leagues by the same Super Division clubs some with two parts – one in FUFA league and the other in USL, are part of the FUFA crisis.
Efforts by State Minister for Education and Sports in charge of Sports Hon Charles Bakabulindi to restore sanity in the federation have hit a snag.
Bakabulindi in August urged FUFA delegates who had gathered at Pope Paul Memorial Hotel for their annual ordinary assembly to leave the place “changed individuals” and ready to serve the game as a united force.
“Sports is supposed to unite us and not divide us. Let’s leave Pope Paul ready to work together for the good game of football,” the minister pleaded.
Bakabulindi further lashed out at football administrators exercising double standard practices to stop it and get principled.
“Don’t belong to Mulindwa camp during the day and then cross somewhere else at night,” the minister further preached.
The Minister pleaded more commitment in settling differences within different sports associations saying, “They are the main reason killing the sport.”
“I am not going to be a darling to everybody. As a leader I must have a position whether you like it or not,” said the minister heading 35 sports disciplines.
The Minister was speaking as a chief guest at the ordinary assembly.
Present were Mr. Primo Cavaro who heads Member associations in FIFA, Ashford Mamelodi the Development officer in charge of this Region and Eng. Leodgar Tenga a member of CAF executive. Tenga is the CECAFA President and leader of Tanzania FA.