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Mujib accepts FUFA job

FUFA President Lawrence Mulindwa (in suit) shares a moment of happiness with his newly appointed Vice President in charge of USL, Mujib Kasule at the FA offices in Mengo .

The controversy surrounding the appointment of Proline FC Director to the Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) Executive Committee has come to an end this Wednesday when he denied allegations of rejecting the post and pledged to serve.

Ugandan FA President Lawrence Mulindwa on October 26 reshuffled his Executive and appointed Kasule as his Vice in charge of the Uganda Super League (USL). Kasule told a meeting attended by Super Division club officials at the federation headquarters in Mengo that, ‘I am ready to serve’.

His acceptance comment came after receiving blessings from the club officials present. KCC FC Vice Chairperson John Mutenda said both the clubs and USL had no objection to the president’s choice. “We don’t need to go back and consult [the voters] on this, we have blessed your appointment” he added.

Earlier in the week, some critics had alleged that Kasule’s appointment was unconstitutional since he wasn’t the USL chairman as provided by the Jinja Declaration. FUFA Vice president in charge of Administration, Eng. Moses Magogo however later clarified that the amended constitution Article 24 (viii) provided for the president to choose this particular Vice President from amongst the Super Division club Directors. Kasule is the Director of Proline Football club.

FIFA development officer Ashford Mamelodi who also attended the meeting said FUFA statutes protected the FA president on his decision. “The FA constitution is final and it supersedes all other documents” Mamelodi clarified. Kasule will now be charged with the supervision of the USL day to day operations on behalf of the federation executive among other duties as may be assigned to him by the FA president.


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