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FUFA EC statement on Mujib Kasule

The FUFA EC make their stand at FUFA house. PHOTO BY FUFA MEDIA

The Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) Electoral Committee has on Monday evening pronounced itself on the status of Mujib Kasule’s nomination in the on-going FUFA presidential polls. They ruled that incumbent Moses Magogo will be unopposed.

The FUFA Electoral Committee is chaired by Samuel Bakiika with Yusuf Awuye vice chairman. Committee members are Habib Aluma, Geofrey Kintu, Michael Igole and Stanley Kinene.

Mujib picked nomination forms. Was ruled ineligible by FUFA EC




Friday 16th June 2017 was the final day for returning nomination documents in accordance with the FUFA Statutes, FUFA Electoral Code 2012, and FUFA Electoral Guidelines, on that day the FUFA Electoral Committee (herein referred to as the Committee) received Nomination forms from a one Kasule Mujib an aspiring candidate for FUFA President and FUFA Executive Committee.

The Committee would like to point out that whereas the said aspiring candidate was required to return the nomination documents to the Committee at 2:30pm on Friday 16th June 2017, to enable the Committee ample time to scrutinize the returned documents, the said aspiring candidate only appeared before the Committee at about 4.30pm shortly before the close of business.

Nonetheless the Committee was compelled to adjourn and reconvene on the next working day, being Monday 19th June 2017.

On this Monday 19th June 2017 the Committee has further scrutinized the nomination documents submitted by Kasule Mujib and found that the said aspiring candidate did not comply with the mandatory requirements stipulated in the FUFA Statutes, FUFA Electoral Code and FUFA Electoral Guidelines for candidature of the FUFA President and FUFA Executive Committee.

The Committee noted that Mr. Kasule Mujib failed to comply with the following articles of the FUFA Electoral Code 2012:

Article 10 (5) Nominations of candidates shall be made by both the Chairman and Secretary of fully subscribed members. Where members are individuals, nominations will be done by fully subscribed members; and

Article 10 (6) Subject to the fulfillment of the eligibility prerequisites, a candidate to the office of the FUFA President shall only be valid if supported by any three members of FUFA where one such member is from the FUFA Super League Clubs or FUFA Big League, the other member being from Special interest groups as defined in article 10 (1) (d-1) of the FUFA Statutes and the other member being a Regional Football Association.

In addition, Mr Mujib Kasule did not also comply with Article 39 (4) of the FUFA Statutes –Only Members of FUFA may propose candidates for the office of President. Members shall notify the general secretariat in writing of the name of a candidate for the presidency of FUFA at least two months before the date General Assembly.

Finally, Article 11 (2) of the FUFA Electoral Code 2012 states Candidatures will be registered by the EC, scrutinised by the EC for compliance with this code, the FIFA, CAF, FUFA and/or respective statutes of the organization for whom elections are being conducted and declared eligible for election after payment of the respective fees as stipulated in this code.

Based on the above reasons the Committee unanimously found that Mr. Mujib Kasule failed to fulfill the mandatory requirements and is therefore ineligible for nomination as a candidate for FUFA President.


  1. As usual unindependent electoral bodies, you had to get all those reasons to edge a competitor out. I hope those policies, statutes and codes cited of 2012 did not happen under stewardship of FUFA Limited whose status was faulted by the solicitor general and/ government.

  2. Is there need for elections?

  3. Why did you waste both his and your time “receiving” his nomination documents beyond the stipulated “deadline?” It is clear that even if he crossed all the “Ts” and dotted all the “iz” in the “FUFA constitution”, someone was hellbent on not accepting his nomination. Folly.

  4. Why do people fear elections? Is it because they are crooked and that a new broom will reveal their shortcomings. Only corrupt and incompetent leaders do so. why is Africa like this? Let there be elections and voting must be transparent. away with some one being unopposed.In africa this is done in bad faith

  5. In uganda at this time no election shall be treated free and fair so my br kasule ur r not a munyakole,neither u r in first family lineage if not then my kind advice is for u is to just chilll and relax life goes on men
    live uganda for those who want it just go and rest am not so fne with their decision too but we all have nothing men

  6. I suppose the above arguments are driven by FUFA’s selfish and unmeditated interpretation of the electoral code. For the time Mujib Kasule has been in the face of Ugandan football, anyone would seek for proof from FUFA showing Mujib’s inability to fulfil article 10 (6). Besides the entire code has to be redressed. Is there justification that Moses Magogo met the shots called for in all the articles especially 11 (2).

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