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Ssewanyana to run against Magogo in August FUFA polls

By Shafic Kiyaga
Katwe United chairman and Makindye West member of Parliament Allan Ssewanyana (L) watches on during a Katwe United game | Bata Images (John Batanudde)

Katwe United chairman, Allan Ssewanyana has made official his intentions to run against Moses Magogo in the FUFA presidential elections slated for August.

Ssewanyana who has for a while eyed Ugandan football’s top office made the declarations to run against Magogo during a press conference on Monday morning in Makindye.

“I am presenting myself as a candidate for the position of FUFA President at the next General Assembly,” Ssewanyana declared.

Key to Ssewanyana’s desire to contest for the top office is his long standing desire to ‘make football an enjoyable environment for all’ as he also promised transparent and respectful leadership.

“We must make football an enjoyable environment for every stakeholder including myself, players, investors, coaches, sponsors, media and fans,” he said.

This will be the second time that Ssewanyana, a sports journalist and Makindye West Member of Parliament declares his intentions to contest for FUFA presidency.

In 2013, Ssewanyana was seen as a front runner to replace retiring president Lawrence Mulindwa but his bid was rejected as he failed to fulfil a section of stringent guidelines for presidential candidates.

He becomes the second candidate to make his intentions known following incumbent Magogo’s declaration to run for a third term last week.

Magogo has been at the helm of FUFA for eight years since taking over in 2013. He was re-elected for a second term in 2017.

Ssewanyana has been one of Magogo’s strongest critics and in 2017 petitioned World football governing body FIFA to have an audit into Magogo’s ‘fraudulent’ reign.

Specifically, this was over the illegal sale of the 2014 World Cup tickets that were allocated to Uganda.

Investigation into the matter by FIFA revealed that FUFA under Magogo had acted inappropriately in the sale of the 177 tickets alloacted to Uganda with the latter slapped with a two-months suspension.

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