High Court in Kampala has dismissed Mujib Kasule’s application for an injunction on the Fufa General Assembly slated for Saturday in Masindi.
Lady Justice Margaret Oumo Ogule ruled on Friday afternoon at Twed Towers that Mujib Kasule an aspirant for Fufa Presidency did not president convincing reasons calling for an urgent certificate of injunction.
” There is no convincing reason to guarantee that a certificate of urgency be issued to stop the Fufa General Assembly,” the judge ruled.
Mujib Kasule through his lawyers Nsubuga and Company Advocates filed a miscellaneous case in the high court on Wednesday seeking for a temporary interim order doth issue restraining respondents and it’s organs ,Servants or agents from conducting the election for FUFA President and Executive Committee pending the disposal of the main application for a temporary injunction(miscellaneous application No….of 2017) or until further orders of this court.
Mujib was taking on 10 respondents including Fufa President Moses Magogo, Fufa Electoral Commission chairperson Sam Bakika and his assistant Yusuf Awuye.
The others included Habib Aluma,James Okodi,John Gena Alupa,Michael Igole, Julius Semanda,Geoffrey Kintu and Stanley Kinene.
Mujib Kasule insists the Fufa grassroot election process was marred with several malpractices and thus the General Assembly cannot go on.
However, judge Oumo indicated the reasons presented cannot stop the assembly from taking place and thus dismissing the application for injunction.
Therefore, the Fufa General Assembly will go on as planned in Masindi on Saturday at Kabalega Resort Hotel.
Incumbent President Moses Magogo will go unopposed in the race to retain the seat for the next four years.
Similar cases against Fufa have been dismissed including one last week and the other in Lira High Court yesterday.