Contenders for the presidency of the Federation of Uganda Football Association (FUFA) are already starting to line up ahead of the coming elections.
Proline Football Club director Mujib Kasule becomes the next person to confirm that he will be standing for the FUFA presidency.
He announced his intentions to stand Tuesday morning at McKinnon suites in Kampala.
“I will stand for the FUFA presidency in the coming election because I believe we need a rest. We need to have values and systems not individuals.” he told reporters.
“Football does not belong to people in Mengo or the players but to all Ugandans.” It is like a hospital and that’s why there’s no room for politics in the game of football since everyone goes to watch soccer for a particular reason.”
The former KCCA FC player will be running against Makindye West Member of Parliament Allan Ssewanyana Aloysius and incumbent Eng Moses Magogo who has announced an intention to stand for re-election for a third year in row.
Dribbler Sports also learnt that Ayivu County Member of Parliament Hon Atiku Benard is set to join the race in standing for the top football job in Uganda.