The Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) president Eng. Moses Magogo has been appointed on the CAF Executive Committee and CAF reforms Committee.
Magogo was appointed to the CAF Executive Committee during a congress that convened on Monday morning in Manama, Bahrain.
Speaking about his appointed, the local football governing body boss said;
‘In recognition of the progress of football development in Uganda and contribution towards African football, I have been appointed a member of the CAF Executive Committee 2017 – 2021 and a member of the CAF Reforms Committee,” as quoted on the federation’s website.
He is the first Ugandan in history to be appointed to the committee and will serve for the cycle of 2017-2021.
During the same congress meeting, Ghana’s Kwesi Nyantakyi and DR Congo’s Constant Omari Selemani were named 1st and 2nd Vice Presidents respectively while Nigerian FA Boss Amaju Pinnick was appointed Chairman of two committees—Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) and media.
Meanwhile, Zambian international Kalusha Bwalya was appointed to head the CAF Technical and Development committee whereas the Djibouti FA President Sulaiman Waberi is the new Referees committee chairman.
The FA Presidents are in Bahrain for Thursday’s FIFA Congress.