The President of the Uganda Olympics Committee, side effects http://cfbtoman.com/wp-admin/includes/media.php William Frederick Blick has applauded the Inspector General of Police Gen. Kale Kayihura and the Commander of the Special Forces Group Maj. General Muhoozi Kainerugaba for the great contributions they have made during their tenure as committee patrons.
Mr. Blick was speaking on Saturday during a sendoff dinner for the Uganda Olympics team organized by MultiChoice Uganda in Kololo.
He revealed that Gen. Kayihura brought the kit that the team is going to use for this year while Gen. Muhoozi contributed USD 30, ailment 000, an equivalent of UgShs 100m, which money the committee used to clear outstanding debts and arrange for this year’s games.
Mr. Blick thanked Multichoice Uganda for sponsoring the team adding that he was confident they would represent the country well.
“Uganda was among the top recognized countries at the opening and I have confidence that this year’s team will also do great wonders,” he said,
“They have been under residential training since May although their training started 3-4 years ago.”
While introducing the team, Peter Chilengat, one of the team managers noted that there are many potential athletes but they are not inspired and motivated.
He asked that DStv services be extended to the four training camps so that the young athletes can watch their fellows and get inspired to work even harder.
Mr. Chilengat thanked President Museveni for the support accorded to the team and most especially for peace, good leadership and security in the areas where they train from.
Responding to Chilengat’s call, Charles Hamya, the General Manager, Multichoice Uganda said that Multichoice will provide four kits and subscription to the four training camps to enable the young athletes who didn’t qualify to watch their fellows.
This year, Uganda is represented by a team of 21 people including 17 athletes, 2 boxers and 2 swimmers.
Kennedy Katende, Ronald Serugo
Jamila Lunkuse, J. Tibatemwa
Stephen Kiprotich, Joshua Kiprui Cheptegei, Winnie Nanyondo, Ronald Musagala, Benjamin Kiplagat, Jackson Kiprop, Philip Kipyeko, Timothy Toroitich, Solomon Mutai, Jacob Araptany, Juliet Checkwel, Stella Chesang, Jacob Kiplimo, Haliima Nakayi, Moses Kurong, Peruth Chemutai, Nyakisi Adero.