The 93rd Federation of Uganda Football Associations (Fufa) general Ordinary Assembly takes place at the Kabalega Resort Hotel in Masindi on Saturday.

UPDF and Police security personnel have deployed at the venue. All delegates and officials entering the venue are thoroughly checked.

 "We need tight security because this is a high level meeting with FIFA and CAF members who are also present," said Humphrey Mandu, the Fufa deputy chief executive officer.

Court on Friday cleared the Assembly to take place after the dismissal of Proline FC chairman and former Fufa Vice President, Mujib Kasule’s application to block the function.

Mr Kasule’s case was dismissed with costs by Lady Justice Margret Oguli Oumo on Friday.

The Assembly is expected to endorse the incumbent president Moses Magogo for another four years in office since he is a sole candidate.

Mr Magogo who took over from Lawrence Mulindwa in 2013 is credited for bringing on board more sponsors to support the sport. It is also in his first term that the Uganda Cranes broke the 38-year old jinx and qualified for the 2017 Total Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon).

The Djibouti FA president who is also an executive member of the Confederation of Africa Football (CAF) and member of the FIFA competitions committee, Hassan Souleiman Waberi and honorary chairman of CECAFA and former president of Tanzania Football Federation  Leodegar Tenga are attending the Assembly as observers.