Bwambale to run unopposed in UPSSA elections

Bwambale to run unopposed in UPSSA elections

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  • March 21, 2024
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By Emmanuel Sekago

In a turn of events that solidifies his position within the Uganda Primary Schools Sports Association (UPSSA), William Bwambale is set to run unopposed in the upcoming national elections scheduled for Thursday, March 21st 2024.

Bwambale’s unchallenged candidacy underscores his widespread support and recognition within the association.

Having served diligently in various capacities within UPSSA over the years, Bwambale has garnered respect and admiration for his commitment to promoting sports among primary school students across Uganda.

His tireless efforts to enhance the quality of sports education and opportunities for young athletes have earned him accolades and trust from stakeholders within the association.

Bwambale’s candidacy running unopposed reflects a vote of confidence from UPSSA members, who acknowledge his leadership qualities, vision, and dedication to the advancement of primary school sports.

His track record of fostering inclusivity, fairness, and excellence in sports administration has positioned him as a trusted leader capable of steering UPSSA towards continued success.

As the elections draw near, anticipation is high for Bwambale’s formal confirmation as the next leader of UPSSA.

With his unwavering commitment to the development of sports at the grassroots level, Bwambale is poised to lead UPSSA with integrity, passion, and a steadfast focus on empowering young athletes across Uganda.

The unopposed candidacy of William Bwambale signals a new chapter for UPSSA, characterized by stability, continuity, and a renewed commitment to the growth and success of primary school sports in Uganda.

As Thursday’s elections unfold, all eyes will be on Bwambale as he prepares to assume his leadership role and chart the future course of UPSSA with determination and vision.

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