• Gianni Infantino is the first seating FIFA President to visit Uganda
  • He will meet President Yoweri Museveni
  • Will meet with UPL club chairmen and watch a match at Lugogo on Saturday
  • Oversee ground breaking event of Kadiba playground

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David Isabirye
Gianni Infantino’s visit to Uganda has ended successfully in Uganda. He will fly out of the country on Saturday evening
David Isabirye
Gianni Infantino talks about the plans and programmes at FIFA that could benefit Africa as a region. “We have increased funding for the African continent from $27,000,000 to $94,000,000 for every association per annum. The FIFA Council now has 7 members increased from 4 and we are advocating for the increase of countries that will place at the World Cup from 48 to 32 countries”
David Isabirye
FUFA President Moses Magogo reacting on the question of who FUFA will support at the CAF Elections next month. “My Executive Committee will come up with a decision after our meeting in the coming days. FUFA advocates for development”
David Isabirye
The media is now engaging the FIFA President, Gianni Infantino in a series of questions. Most of the questions rotate around where his visit leaves Uganda after the historic visit, his take on the upcoming CAF elections, and chances for Africa to host another world cup soon.
David Isabirye
The last event on the official Gianni Infantino tour of Uganda (The official press conference) is now underway at Ivy’s Hotel in Kampala

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