Aspirants flock District sports offices to pick nomination forms as deadline closes for Uganda primary schools sports associations Elections

Aspirants flock District sports offices to pick nomination forms as deadline closes for Uganda primary schools sports associations Elections

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  • March 2, 2024
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By Emmanuel Sekago

In a flurry of activity reminiscent of the final minutes of a thrilling district elections, aspirants eager to make a mark in the realm of primary school sports associations have descended upon District Sports offices across Uganda.
The urgency in the air is palpable as the deadline for picking nomination forms rapidly approaches, setting the stage for what promises to be a competitive and spirited campaign.

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The corridors of the District Sports offices are abuzz with the excited chatter of aspiring candidates, each fueled by a passion for fostering sports development at the grassroots level, teachers, and headteachers  alike are seizing the last opportunity to secure their nomination forms, a crucial step towards vying for leadership roles within the primary schools sports associations.

With the impending deadline, March, 3rd 2024, the offices have become a focal point for individuals from diverse backgrounds, united by a common vision of enhancing sports participation and nurturing talent at the grassroots level. The atmosphere is charged with enthusiasm, as candidates discuss their plans and strategies for promoting sports excellence among the youth.

District Sports officials are working tirelessly to facilitate the smooth distribution of nomination forms, ensuring that every aspiring candidate has a fair chance to participate in the democratic process. The diversity of candidates reflects a rich tapestry of ideas and perspectives that could potentially shape the future of primary school sports in Uganda.

As the deadline looms, there is a sense of anticipation and excitement, akin to the build-up before a major sporting event.

The energy and determination displayed by the aspirants underscore the importance of grassroots sports in nurturing a new generation of athletes and promoting a culture of physical activity and teamwork.

As the sun sets on the deadline for picking nomination forms, the stage is set for a vibrant and competitive election process.

The coming days will witness the unfolding of campaigns, as candidates strive to convince their peers and the sporting community of their vision for a future where primary school sports associations play a pivotal role in shaping the athletic landscape of Uganda.

During the media brief at GNS Plaza,Okanya Patrick Alfred the returning officer assured all interested parties that the elections will be free and fair as Ssenyonga Brian will represent all sports officers under National Sports Officer Association (NASOA)

Meanwhile, the District Elections will be  on March 9th 2024 at all district headquarters and the executive positions to contest for at this level are Chairperson, Vice Chairperson, Secretary & Assistant Secretary, Treasurer, Organizing Secretary, Secretary for Women, Committee Members (3 Members) and an Ex-Official Association of District Primary School Head teacher.

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