Dusman Okee elected president of motorsport

By Johnson Were

Okee, a former vice president got 33 votes to defeat his former boss Jack Wavamunno who got 32 votes, while Kisitu Mayanja received 18 votes in a tight election.

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Dusman Okee has been elected for the fourth term as president of Federation of Motorsport Clubs of Uganda (FMU).

Okee, a former vice president got 33 votes to defeat his former boss Jack Wavamunno who got 32 votes, while Kisitu Mayanja received 18 votes in a tight election.

Shemmy Ssenkatuka was voted deputy vice president in charge Vintage after defeating former federation secretary Reynolds Kibira by 48-35 votes.

Former deputy vice president in charge of cycling, Joseph Mwangala was voted federation secretary after getting 41 votes to defeat Joe Burua and Alfred Mutanda who got 12 and 30 votes respectively.

In the same election, Jeff Kabagambe defeated Moses Sseguya 51-29 votes to the post of deputy vice president in charge of motorsport.

Ismail Balinda was voted Deputy Vice President in charge cycling unopposed.