The Federation of Uganda Football Association (FUFA) in conjunction with Azam Uganda Premier League successfully concluded a management course organized to train the respective club chairman from top tier clubs about several management issues.
The three-day residential course began on Friday 6th and climaxed on Sunday 8th at the Fufa technical centre in Njeru with the participants going through a variety of modules ranging from Football and its trend, cheapest drug http://csnn.ca/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/admin/admin.php General management, erectile Fufa and Its development programmes, planning, club management and sports Sponsorship particularly football.
Top officials from the federation who double up as Fifa instructors handled the three-day programme. They included FIFA instructors Eng. Moses Magogo (FUFA President) and Justus Mugisha (FUFA 1st Vice President), Samuel
Mpima (FUFA Executive Member), Ahmed Hussein (FUFA Communication manager), Decolas Kizza (Finance Director), Edgar Watson (FUFA CEO), Alex Luganda (Former FUFA legal head).
“We really hope this training we pass to the clubs are taken seriously and implemented. That is the only way we can improve on the quality of the league and game in general,” Fufa spokesman Ahmed Hussein told Chimpsports during the closing session.
“FUFA and AUPL we are committed to the progressive support of strengthening the club structures of football administration and management. We hope that capacity building will lead us there,” AUPL chairman, Mr. Bainamani remarked.
Among the participants include; Peter Emojong (Chairman Soana FC), Arinaitwe Rugyendo (Chairman FSLL), Mandu Humphrey (Board Member FSLL), Kalitwe Hamdan (AUPL Finance), Aliasi Silver (Chairman BUL FC), Kifampa Mubiru Muhammad (Assistant Chairman Lweza FC), Nkugwa Peter (Vice Chairman Express), Faisal
Mohamed (Chairman JMC Hippos), Bugingo Nalis (Assistant Chairman Maroons FC), Kiiza Decolas (Finance Director FUFA), Ahmed Hussein (FUFA Communications Manager), Mbidde Dennis (FUFA 3rd Vice President), Opio Joseph (C/Man Sadolin Paints), Ojok Geofrey Oduk (FUFA Chairman Legal Committee), Fred Kawuma (FSLL Board Member).
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While passing through Nsangi Township, this Mbabazi was halted by the waiting traders who sell foodstuffs to travelers on the highway.
Here, he bought 10 pieces of gonja, a local delicacy at Shs 40,000, much to the excitement of the traders.
This however could be picked on by critiques especially from the ruling National Resistance Movement and President Museveni, who last week sternly warned against monetization of the campaigns.
At Kayabwe, the former Prime Minister was one again stopped by supporters who offered him a seat in the middle of the road and served him with yellow bananas and a bottle of water.
He earlier made brief stopovers in Nsangi and Mbizi Nnya market to greet supporters.