FUFA wrangles return as police fire live bullets to block former Cranes players from uprooting Magogo from office

Ayiswa Issa Monday, 14 November 2016 - 8:10pm Sports

Disgraceful scenes returned to haunt football Monday morning at FUFA offices as police fired live bullets to disperse a group of football fanatics agrieved of the Moses Magogo administration.

Magogo took the administrative reigns from Lawrence Mulindwa almost two years ago.

The group led by Dan Walusimbi had George Ssemwogerere (former Express FC Captain), Polly Ouma (Military FC), Issa Sekatawa (Express FC) and Phillip Obwinyi (both Express and SC Villa) stormed the FUFA offices and reportedly broke their way in.

Dan Walusimbi (Left) wants Magogo to resign as FUFA  President (Daily Monitor Photo)

They claim Magogo's FUFA is registered as Nkwanga Ltd and therefore have no basis to occupy the Mengo offices.

Magogo (Left) followed in the footsteps of Lawrence Mulindwa (Observer Photo)

FUFA social media page had the communication of former players invading their offices.

The statement read: "A group of former players led by George Semwogerere,  Obwinyi,  Walusimbi,  Ouma have raided and broken the main door to the FUFA offices."

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