FIFA has banned the president of Uganda's soccer federation for two months over the resale of tickets for the 2014 World Cup.
FIFA says its ethics judges ratified a plea bargain by Moses Magogo, an elected member of the Confederation of African Football executive committee. He also agreed to pay a 10,000 Swiss francs ($10,075) fine.
Magogo was alleged to have profited from rule-breaking resales among an allocation of 177 tickets FIFA thought were for fans in Uganda.
A formal complaint in Uganda alleged tickets for games in Brazil were sold by
"American and South African agents." Magogo joined CAF's ruling panel in 2017 when co-opted by its newly elected president, Ahmad of Madagascar.
The Ugandan official was elected to a four-year term in July during the FIFA investigation.
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