FUFA president Moses Magogo suspended for 2 months by FIFA, fined 37M
Uganda FA president Moses Magogo has been suspended from all football related activities for 2 months and fined 37M shillings by Federation of International Football Association (FIFA) over the illegal sale of Brazil 2014 FIFA World Cup tickets allocated to Uganda to foreign parties.
FIFA, through the chairman of the adjudicatory chamber of the independent Ethics Committee, made the communication Thursday, saying the two-month suspension takes effect October 10 after Magogo pleading guilty to the charge under ‘plea bargain’.
The case against Magogo to FIFA was filed by Makindye West Member of Parliament, Allan Ssewanyana.
Ssewanyana, also the chairman of FUFA Big League club Katwe United FC, an entity in the and the shadow Minister for Sports in the opposition government petitioned FIFA regarding the way Magogo handled the 2014 World Cup tickets allocated for Uganda.