By Our Reporter
Dusman Okee appears a desperate man clutching at straws as the race for the next Federation of Motorsport Clubs of Uganda (FMU) president continues to heat up with Election Day drawing closer.
The incumbent has been accused of using unbecoming language after allegedly using racial slurs and epithets against Ugandans of Asian descent, who are among the front runners for the presidential seat.
This came to light when a motorsport enthusiast exposed Okee on the Uganda Rally News page. “The shocker came in on Tuesday this week, as the incumbent in his bid to tighten up his electorate, made call to one of the club presidents seeking for his vote using a race card tool, saying ‘OMUZANNYO MUSAZEEWO OGUWA ABAYINDI’!” The post read.
In his further efforts to keep a firm grip on FMU presidency, he has allegedly been working the phones in order to dun everyone associated to the federation for cash contributions.
Our snoop has revealed that Okee went on to further hound his victims at their homes and places of leisure after they deliberately ignored his calls in his quest to seek financial support face to face.
According to our sources, he has continuously tried to contact Rajiv Ruparelia who has ignored all his calls in order not to be attached to the forth coming elections.
That’s when he called Ambrose Byona, a rally driver and entrepreneur. Byona also ignored his calls only which prompted him to confront the later at Panamera where his pleas also fell on deaf ears.
Sure, he may argue that the money he’s collecting is to ensure that all delegates are facilitated to the Annual General Meeting (AGM). And that such facilitation is normal. However, why one would need such extreme amounts of money to facilitate their election re-campaign if they’ve been outstanding at their job.
Okee who joined office in 2016 is seeking re-election as his four-year tenure comes to an end. For the hotly contested presidential seat, Okee will square off with former rally ace Ruparelia Dipu, former FUFA delegate Geoffrey Nsamba, a city lawyer, and former president, Jack Wavamunno who is seeking a fourth term.
The election is scheduled to take place on February 1, 2020 at FMU offices.
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