The Federation of Uganda Football Association, Moses Magogo has been elected as the new Confederation of African Football (CAF)Executive Committee member for East & Central Africa Zone.
This was at the 41st CAF Ordinary Assembly that was held on Thursday, July 18-2019, in Zamalek Egypt.
Magogo beat off competition from Leodengar Tenga, beating the Tanzanian 33 to 19 in terms of overall votes. Magogo will replace Tenga at the Executive Committee.
FUFA’s first vice president Justus Mugisha cast the voted on behalf on Uganda.
Speaking after his election, Magogo said that it has always been his dream to become a CAF Executive connittee member.
“It has been my dream from 20 years ago that one day I would be a CAF Executive Committee member. Noted Magogo.
“I am so happy that I have achieved it now.”
Several other committee members were elected and announced at the glamorous ceremony.
For the past years, Magogo has been a co-opted CAF Executive Committee member but had no voting powers.
Senegal’s Augustin Senghor (Western Zone A), Sita Sangare (Burkina Faso) for Western Zone B and Central Africa Republic’s Patrice Edouard Ngaissona for Central zone.
At the same congress, CAF President Ahmad Ahmad made stunning remarks to personalities he thinks are letting down the interests of Africa as a confederation.