Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) President, pilule Eng. Moses Hashim Magogo has been appointed in two positions.
Magogo has been named on the Confederation of African Football (CAF) Executive committee and has been appointed a member on the CAF Reforms committee.
This was during the maiden CAF meeting under the leadership of new president Ahmad Ahmad which was held in Manama, symptoms Bahrain ahead of the FIFA Congress slated for Thursday.
Magogo becomes the first Ugandan to hold a position on the CAF executive committee since the formation of the federation in 1967.
The Fufa boss who is seeking his second term in office indicates, his appointment has been a result of the progress of football in Uganda and thus the people at the helm of football in CAF saw leadership in him.
“In recognition of the progress of football development in Uganda and contribution towards African football, I have been appointed a member of the CAF Executive Committee 2017 – 2021 and a member of the CAF Reforms Committee,” said Magogo as quoted by Fufa website.
The other appointments include Ghana’s FA President Kwesi Nyantakyi who was named the new 1st vice president while Constant Omari Sekemani from DR Congo who is the new 2nd vice president.
Nigeria’s FA boss Pinnick Amaju was named on African Cup of Nations and media committees while former Zambia FA President Kalusha Balya has been named the CAF technical director and also a member of the Development committee.
Djibouti’s Sulaiman Waberi will head the Referees appointments committee.