FUFA president Moses Magogo was reinstated for the third term in office as FUFA president after going through unopposed.
This was after his contestants failed to meet the necessary requirements.
Makindye east MP Allan Ssewanyana and Proline proprietor Mujib Kasule were disqualified after failing to meet the necessary requirements set by FUFA.
Mujib was the first to drop out citing the unfairness of the tough conditions put in place by FUFA.
These included the high non refundable fee of shs10M plus gathering signatures in a short space of time.
Allan and Mujib went ahead to petition the FUFA EC to be granted more time but this was turned down.
“Petition rejected because it raised no serious ground that prohibited the petitioners from returning the forms with basic requirements to participate in the polls and moreover no basis upon which the Committee could rely to assess their candidature.” FUFA said in official communication.
The football governing body went ahead to announce how only Magogo had met the requirements.
“FUFA Electoral Committee announces that only one candidate Eng. Moses Magogo returned dully signed forms for the position of FUFA President. Magogo named his 14 man Committee that was released to the media today by the Electoral Committee as per Electoral Code.” Another excerpt from FUFA’s page read.
This means that Magogo will be officially declared the winner in the pending FUFA delegates meeting slated for 31st August in Mbale.