Magogo: FIFA Had Recommended For Mulindwa's Sacking Top story

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President of the Federation of the Uganda Football Association (FUFA), Moses Magogo has said the World body FIFA had recommended for the sacking of former spokesman Rogers Mulindwa.

The President of the Federation of the Uganda Football Association (FUFA), Moses Magogo has said the World body FIFA had recommended for the sacking of former spokesman Rogers Mulindwa.
 
In a brief interview with URN at the Garden Court Nelson Mandela Boulevard Hotel in Cape Town, South Africa last night, Magogo said he is not surprised by what is happening back in Kampala including the resignation of Mulindwa.
 
He accused Mulindwa of executing negative publicity planned well in advance.  He goes ahead to claim he was aware of those plans. The former FA spokesman last week said he stepped aside because he could not work with Magogo’s administration because they are not transparent.
 
//Cue in; … I will tell you one thing
Cue out…propaganda machinery,”//
 
But the FA President said although it is too early respond to some of the allegations made by Mulindwa, there was no way the latter could fit in the new set-up because he lacks some skills that FIFA thought were very necessary for effective work to be carried out in the communication department. He explained that after evaluation by FIFA consultants late last year, they recommended that Mulindwa is sacked immediately because they deemed him unfit to move the department forward.
 
The Federation has already moved quickly and appointed former Sanyu FM Sports Editor, Ahmed Hussein as the new spokesman. Magogo said there are many other changes coming and this is something which is geared towards streamlining many operation and management issues.