Incumbent FUFA president and CAF Executive Committee member Moses Magogo will face with former FUFA Vice President Mujib Kasule in August 5 federation polls at Masindi hotel.
The two aspiring candidates returned the bank slips to the FUFA Electoral Committee chairperson Samuel Bakiika on Wednesday afternoon.
Bakiika, a city auditor in return handed each of the two aspiring candidates nomination fees that will return on Friday.
Kasule, accompanied by SC Villa acting CEO Valley Mugwanya picked and returned the bank slips on Wednesday evening moments after Magogo had set foot at the FUFA House main gate.
He then booked Friday (2:30 p.m) as the time of returning the nomination forms.
Magogo, whose vice president Darius Mugoye had picked for him the bank slips a day earlier submitted the fully paid slips at 3:50 p.m.
The incumbent was escorted by a swarm of delegates, notably 1978 Cranes goalkeeper Paul Ssali, Justus Mugisha, Darius Mugoye, Sande Monie, Ronnie Kalema, Hassan Kirunda Kakaire, Rosebell Rwamuyamba, Paul Mukatabala, Sulait Makumbi, Apollo Ahimbisibwe, Agnes Mugena, Faridah Bulega among others, many of whom chorused the famous ‘No Change slogan’.
The two aspiring candidates embraced each other after the exercise as they greeted in the typical Islamic way, As-salāmu ʿalaykum, loosely translated as “peace be upon you”
“At FUFA, we have ensured a free and fair democratic election process. I want to ensure continuity of the programmes I started at FUFA. I will reveal the detailed manifesto in the nearest time possible,” Magogo told the media.
His opponent Kasule, the Director and Head Coach of Premier League side Proline Football Club hinted on the reasons for his candidature.
I am the answering the voice of many Ugandans, footballers, fans, media, sponsors, the Government and many key stake holders.
Football is being managed in a way that is not appealing
The 93rd FUFA Election will be hosted by Kitara Region at Masindi Hotel.
A total of 88 delegates will take part in the elections.
Three thirds of the delegates have been already elected with the last category (Women) conducting their elections on Thursday, 15th June 2017 at FUFA House.
FUFA was founded in 1924 and has had more than 10 presidents.
The first FUFA President was Kabaka Sir Daudi Chwa.