Moses Magogo went to school at Kagulu Primary School (Kamuli District), Jinja College (Jinja District), and Namilyango College (Mukono District) before joining Makerere University for a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering (Electrical).
SPORTS IN SCHOOL
While at Jinja College, Namilyango and Makerere University, Magogo excelled both in sports and academics. The rare double excellence was such that in one week he won the 10,000 metre race and was runners up in national mathematics contest that brought the best students in the best schools in Uganda
With Moses Magogo as Interior Minister and participant in several disciplines, Nkrumah Hall Bull roasted (won the overall sports competitions) for the first time in its history of over 40 years and also won the university football cup
He has worked with Kinyara Sugar Works, PricewaterhouseCoopers, the United Nations and African Development Bank. Currently Magogo is a shareholder and the Chairman Board of Directors of PearlSporto Investments Limited that owns and runs PearlSport TV Channel (the only exclusively Ugandan Sports Channel)
FOOTBALL PLAYING CAREER
On top of playing schools and university football, Magogo has also played association football with Kinyara Sugar FC and Mutundwe Lions FC.
In the lower football administration, Magogo was Club Treasurer Mutundwe Lions FC (1998 – 2013), Club Secretary Super Cubs Soccer Academy (2011-2013), Secretary Rubaga District Football Association (2005-2009) and FUFA General Assembly delegate for Rubaga DFA (2004 – 2013).
In the National Football Administration, Magogo served as Secretary FUFA Competitions Committee (2005-2011), Chairman FUFA Licensing Board, member AFCON 2012 mobilisation committee (headed by Hon. Obua), FIFA Transfer Matching System (TMS) Agent for Uganda, member of the FUFA EXCOM representing Kampala region, and member of the Board of Directors Nakivubo War Memorial Stadium.
Moses Magogo is currently the FUFA President, Chairman FUFA Marketing Committee, FIFA Football Administration & Management Instructor and Member of the Board of Directors Mandela National Stadium Limited.
Magogo is accredited for having transformed the league and football competition systems in Uganda and particularly the FUFA Big League and Regional Leagues. He is also responsible for starting the players contracting regulations and system in Uganda, negotiating and concluding the various sponsorships to football. Magogo has been a key player in the governance reforms at FUFA and pivotal figure in the FUFA Presidency of Mr. Lawrence Mulindwa (2005-2013)
Brief notes: The president of FUFA is Moses Hassim Magogo who succeeded Lawrence Mulindwa in August 2013. His term of office ends in August 2017. Magogo is an electrical engineer by trade and has worked for the African Development Bank. Magogo was previously the Federation’s Vice President, in charge of administration.
In 2000, while playing for Kinyara FC, Magogo started to actively participate in sports talk shows on radio. That platform endeared him to the public and by the time he was elected the FUFA delegate for Lubaga, Magogo had created a niche as one of the most knowledgeable persons about football management. FUFA subsequently appointed him to run the Super League.
Magogo is accredited for having transformed the league and football competition systems in Uganda and particularly the FUFA Big League and Regional Leagues. He is also responsible for starting the players contracting regulations and system in Uganda, negotiating and concluding the various sponsorships to football.