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High Court dismisses Kasule injunction case with costs, 93rd FUFA Ordinary Assembly given green light


At Kabalega Resort Hotel, Masindi

9 a.m


The long awaited 93rd ordinary Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) General Ordinary Assembly scheduled for Saturday 5th August, 2017 in Kitara region at Kabalega Resort Hotel in Masindi is just hours away.

The Assembly has been given the due green light after the High Court Judge Hon Mrs.Lady Justice Margret Ouma on Friday 4th August, 2017 dismissed with costs the application by Proline Football Club’s chairman Mujib Kasule for an injunction on FUFA elections .

This followed a suit by Kasule in the civil court with intentions to seek a certificate of urgency from court to halt the assembly.

It was all excitement as the Lady Justice passed on the ruling in a fully packed court.

FUFA Legal officer, Dennis Lukambi, who was present in court alongside two other lawyers, Ambrose Tebyasa and Evans Ochieng hailed the team work spirit, patience and hard work by the FUFA legal team and the other departments at the Federation.

FUFA Legal officer Dennis Lukambi (left)) with one of the FUFA lawyers Ambrose Tebyasa after the Kampala High Court Judge’s ruling

“This victory is once again another milestone for the federation. We are glad for the teamwork, spirit shown, patience and hard work from all the organs of FUFA. This is a clear manifestation that football has won” Lukambi said after the ruling.

Meanwhile, all the FUFA Delegates across the country and expected guests have arrived in Masindi.

The Ordinary General Assembly will commence at 9am  on Saturday with a total of 88 delegates confirmed.

Meanwhile, the chairman CAF referees committee, CAF Executive member and Djibouti FA president Mr. HASSAN Souleiman Waberi, Honorary chairman of CECAFA and former president of Tanzania Football Federation Mr. Leodegar Tenga are in the country and will grace the assembly as special observers.

The 93rd elective assembly will see incumbent president Eng. Moses Magogo passed unopposed as the leader for Federation of Uganda Football Associations for his second term of four years in office.

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