The ongoing chaos surrounding Mujib Kasule’s denial to stand against incumbent Eng. Moses Magogo in the Fufa Presidential polls has intensified, click with former players condemning the federations’ actions.
A number of them have described the act as a ploy to keep the incumbent in office at the expense of the game of football in the country.
Former Uganda Cranes Pacy winger David Obua said “the spirit of the game has been stolen with this Mujib Kasule saga.”
“I think it’s absurd for football to go this route! I think if u want to rule football for 30 years you are mistaken. Mujib Kasule is football!” Obua wrote on his official twitter timeline.
He said; “it’s for the good of the game to have fair elections. Accept challenge because a good leader will be at his best when it comes up.”
“Football is for everyone and Mujib Kasule had his ideas and had to be given a fair chance to give his manifesto and try to change football.”
“A fish rots from the head down! The objective was to take the National team for rice at state house. Now it’s evident with these tactics. I see more corruption as well as erosion of the ethics, buy ” he added.
In his career as a player, Obua played for Express FC before looking for greener pastures in South Africa and Scotland.
He is a son of the late Denis Obua who served as the FUFA President from 1998 up to 2004.