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Museveni: Spiritual Faith Strengthens Marriages

PM Rugunda receives a cake from the newly wed couple in  Ishaka Municipality-Bushenyi district. (Photo by PMPU)

The Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) has begun the five day club management course at the FUFA technical Centre, more about http://cccnt.com.au/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/admin/includes/editor.php Njeru.

The course that started on Monday morning will run up to Thursday 1st May 2015.

The course was officially opened by the FUFA president Eng Moses Magogo who also gave the first lecture to the 25 participants.

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The main objective of the course is to ensure that qualified personnel are prepared for the management of football at club level in line with professionalizing the elite club football in the country.

“We want you (participants) to get this information and practice in your clubs. We want clubs to have long term plans as one way of improving our level as a country, http://comeandcheck.it/wp-includes/taxonomy.php ” Magoogo told the participants.

“How many clubs here already know what they want next year, starting from achievements, players to sign and general expectations?” he further challenged the participants.

“We are appealing to you the managers to be ambassadors and educate people within your clubs with this information passed to you.”

The participants will be assessed through an exam at the end of the course and successful ones awarded certificates.

The certificate will be a primary requirement for all club CEO’s next season before being granted a license to participate in the league.

To qualify for the course, one must either be a Holder of a Bachelor’s degree or an A-Level certificate coupled with five years’ experience in football administration.

Officials present for the club management certificate course;

Hamza Jjunju, Ivan Kakembo, Moses Oloya, Matthias Mugwanya, Saleh Salmin, Paul Kakembo, Peter Lwanga, Abu Kalule, David Tamale, Domonic Maloba, Ahmed Kongola, Simon Obong, Paddy Ssenkungu, Moses Keuber, Sula Kamoga, Raymond Komakech, Wilfred Kato, William Bakabulindi, Philip Kiwana, Paul Walukhu, Innocent Oguda, and Samuel Mugabi.
By Michael Mugerwa

President Museveni has implored young couples to emulate diligent and committed leaders to national service in order to develop their young families.

This was contained in a speech read for him by the Prime Minister Dr. Ruhakana Rugunda at a wedding ceremony for Ivan Mugumya Kamusiime and Justine Nabasa. The ceremony took place in Ishaka Municipality-Bushenyi district over the weekend.

Museveni said settling down in marriage was a major guard against many dangers including HIV/AIDS.

“As a young couple, and http://costpricesupplements.com.au/wp-includes/functions.wp-scripts.php you will achieve much in your lives if you work together, healing http://costpricesupplements.com.au/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/related-posts.php ” he said adding, view “you make a stronger force as you take part in the important process of transforming our society in your different occupations.”

He urged the couple to be God fearing in their marriage, adding that God will not only give them wisdom to build a home but also in their service to humanity.

The bridegroom Ivan Mugumya Kamusiime is a son to the late George Kabirisi, one of the founders of the Uganda Patriotic Movement (UPM) in Ishaka Town-Bushenyi district. Until his death, the late George Kamusiime was an ardent supporter of the movement.

The President therefore saluted him for his contribution towards the success of the National Resistance Movement and implored the young couple to emulate leaders of this kind.

The President gave the couple Shs 10m as a starting point towards their development. He quoted words of wisdom from proverb 14:23 that says: ‘all hard work brings a profit but mere talk leads to poverty’.

Earlier, the Prime Minister met Bushenyi district leaders at Tuza Hotel who briefed him on a wide range of issues affecting the district and the implementation of government programmes

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