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FUFA Polls 2017: Hon. Nakiwala, Nyago voted as candidates for AUPL clubs to the FUFA Assembly

Express FC Chairperson Hon. Florence Nakiwala Kiyingi and Kirinya Jinja SS Diana Nyago have been voted as candidates for the Azam Uganda Premier League clubs to the FUFA Assembly.

In a vote conducted on Saturday at FUFA House and supervised by Returning officer Yusuf Awuye, Nakiwala got 10 votes to take the position of candidate number 1 to the FUFA Assembly while Nyago amassed 6 votes for candidate number 2.

Nakiwala (L) and Nyago (R) sharing a photo moment after the polls on Saturday.
Healthy football rivalry on the cards as KCCA FC Chairman Julius Kabugo (L) sharing a moment with Sc Villa’s President Eng. Ben Misagga. The duo tookpart in the polls and drove off together there after.

Both Candidates as per the FUFA election guidelines will be confirmed by a vote at the Assembly in Masindi on 5th August. However the confirmation by vote will be conducted separately for each candidate to get the 3rd Vice President on to the FUFA Executive.

The election exercise started at the District Football Associations through the Regional Associations up to the National Level.

88 Delegates have been confirmed and will vote the new Executive for the period 2017-2021. Incumbent Eng. Moses Magogo is seeking another terms and has been declared a candidate by the FUFA Electoral Committee after fulfilling all requirements.

AUPL clubs: KCCA FC, Sc Villa Jogoo, URA FC, Vipers SC, BUL FC, Express FC, Proline FC, Mbarara City, Masavu FC, Bright Stars, Kirinya Jinja SS, MaroonsFC, Onduparaka FC, The Saints, Police FC and Soana FC.  

MAIN PHOTO: The only two Ladies chairing Clubs in the Azam Ugand Premier League Hon. Florence Nakiwala Kiyingi (L) and Dianah Nyago(L). Both were elected Candidates to the FUFA Assembly from which they vote the 3rd Vice President. In the middle is Yusuf Awuye-the returning officer of today’s polls. 

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