High court civil Division judge Margret Oumo Oguli has confirmed that the forthcoming elections to be conducted by the FUFA General Assembly will take off as earlier scheduled for the 5th Saturday which is tomorrow Saturday on the 5th in Masindi.
This follows the dismissal with costs an application for an injunction staying the exercise filed by former vice president of FUFA Mujib Kasule on grounds that he failed to present justifiable reasons for calling an urgent certificate of injunction.
In her ruling justice Oguli revealed that Mujibu filed the matter late having known the elections date ever since 0ctober last year and on 19thJune 2017when he was disqualified and instead kept quiet without seeking legal procedures not until 2nd August 2017 when he filed seeking orders to stay elections which are few hours to start.
The judge has also faulted Mujibu for skipping legal procedures when he lodged his complaints in court yet FUFA has electoral committees to hear and settle his issues.
Mujibu had sued 11respondents including FUFA president Moses Magogo, FUFA electoral commission chairman Sam Bakiika and other persons from the FUFA executive claiming the way how these elections are conducted.