Following the elective annual general meeting of the federation held on Saturday at the Hotel Africana, Nasser Sserunjogi has reestablished himself as the FUBA president.
Coming into the elections, Nasser Sserunjogi was already a favorite of many people, and that was part of his advantage in winning the FUBA Presidential elections.
Gordon Gumisiriza was defeated by Sserunjogi, who received 39 votes, to retain his seat.
Sserunjogi, who assumed the presidency in 2019 after serving two terms as Vice president, is serving his second term.
Racheal Atuhairwe Ainamasiko received 36 votes in the other administrative elections, defeating Mariam Birungi to win the position of Women Commissioner.
Hudson Ssegamwenge, Aggrey Mbonye, and Arnold Katabi were able to keep their jobs as vice presidents of administration, Vice President finance, and Vice President marketing, respectively, because none of the other positions faced competition.
Patricia Ayebare and Mande Baker Kyambadde were also unopposed for the posts of Youth Commissioner and Vice President for Technical and Competitions, respectively.