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The Electoral Commission chaired by Mr. Patrick Okanya with a Makerere University Don, Prof. Vincent Ssajjabbi his deputy in a communication released the elections dates for the District and Regional FAs, who are fighting for places on the executive committee, will be held on 11 and 18 May.
Saturday May 11th has been earmarked for the election of the District Football Association executive committees and the two district delegates to the regional level. All interest groups (Coaches, Referees, Women and Players) will conduct their elections on May 18.
May 25th has been reserved for the same exercise at regional levels. This will see the Regional Executive Committees elected together with the six delegates to the National FUFA General Assembly. One of these delegates MUST be a representative of the Regional League Clubs.
There is however uncertainty over the date for Presidential election though FA Communications boss Rogers Mulindwa on Wednesday confirmed it would be held sometime in late August.
Two candidates; incumbent Lawrence Mulindwa and lawyer Fred Muwema expressing interest in the seat.