By AFESEH APONG
Sports writer kick442.com, Cameroon.
The president of the Ugandan football Association Moses Hassim Magogo, has been suspended for two months, by the Ethics committee of the world’s football governing body, FIFA.
The adjudicatory chambers confirmed Magogo’s suspension this Thursday October 10, 2019. An investigation was opened against Moses Magogo on 23rd July 2018, in relations to the resale of 2014 FIFA World cup tickets allocated for Uganda. Magogo revealed on September 28, 2019, during a FUFA Ordinary Assembly that he will temporarily step aside to permit pending investigations by FIFA.
The latest decision from the adjudicatory chambers means Moses Hassim Magogo will now stay out of football related issues for two months.
“In accordance with article 67 paragraph 1 of the FIFA Code of Ethics, the parties have mutually agreed on a fine of CHF 10,000, and a two_month suspension from taking part in any kind of football_related activity at national and international level”, read an official statement from the adjudicatory chambers of FIFA.
The sanction which they say is effective as from the time the agreement was validated by the chairman of the adjudicatory chambers.
The Ugandan Football Association’s first vice president of Justus Mugisha was temporarily steering the wheels as the investigations were being conducted and will certainly run the affairs of Ugandan football until the end of moses Magogo’s sanction.
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