Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) Presidential Aspirant Mujib Kasule has sought for court action over the forthcoming Fufa General Assembly.
Kasule the proprietor of Uganda Premier League side Proline FC on Wednesday evening filed in high court, Civil Division seeking for an injunction.
” An interim order doth issue restraining the 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,” reads part of the order.
Mujib takes on 10 respondents including Fufa President Moses Magogo, Fufa Electoral Commission chairperson Sam Bakika and his assistant Yusuf Awuye.
The others are Habib Aluma, James Okodi, John Gena Alupa, Michael Igole, Julius Semanda, Geoffrey Kintu and Stanley Kinene.
Mujib Kasule believes the Fufa grassroots’ election process was marred with several malpractices and thus the General Assembly cannot go on.
The hearing of the case is scheduled for Thursday (tomorrow) in the high court at Twed Towers.
There is a similar case in Lira High court filed by former footballer Dan Obote and is also scheduled for tomorrow.
The Fufa General Assembly is slated for Saturday August 5 in Masindi.
Last week, Justice Wolayi threw out an application filed by Edwin Bazanye, Paul Mugamba and Solomon Bbira also seeking for an injunction on the Fufa general assembly.