National returning officer, Okanya Patrick, delighted by UPSSA  elections from Districts to zones

National returning officer, Okanya Patrick, delighted by UPSSA  elections from Districts to zones

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  • March 18, 2024
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By Emmanuel Sekago

In a momentous occasion for primary school sports across Uganda, the National Returning Officer, Okanya Patrick, has expressed profound satisfaction with the recently concluded elections of Uganda Primary Schools Sports Associations (UPSSA) from districts to zones.

This significant milestone underscores the democratic process and the commitment to fostering grassroots sports development within the nation.

Patrick, in his role as the National Returning Officer, has overseen the electoral process with diligence and impartiality, ensuring transparency and fairness at every stage.

His joy stems from witnessing the enthusiastic participation of stakeholders, including students, teachers, and local sports administrators, in shaping the future of primary school sports.

The elections, conducted from districts to zones, have provided an opportunity for grassroots engagement and representation, empowering communities to have a voice in the governance of sports at the primary school level.

Patrick commended the dedication and enthusiasm displayed by participants throughout the electoral process, noting their passion for advancing sports excellence and nurturing young talent.

Reflecting on the successful conclusion of the elections, Patrick remarked, “The turnout and engagement we have witnessed reaffirm the importance of sports in the lives of our youth. These elections mark a pivotal moment in our efforts to promote inclusivity and democratic governance within the primary school sports landscape.”

The elections have laid the foundation for a more structured and organized approach to primary school sports administration, with elected officials poised to spearhead initiatives that promote participation, talent identification, and skill development at the grassroots level.

Patrick expressed optimism about the future of primary school sports, emphasizing the pivotal role of elected representatives in driving positive change and fostering a culture of excellence.

As Uganda looks towards a future brimming with sporting potential, the elections of UPSSA from districts to zones serve as a testament to the collective commitment towards nurturing the next generation of athletes.

Under the guidance of dedicated leaders like Okanya Patrick, the journey towards sports excellence at the primary school level is poised to reach new heights, enriching the lives of young Ugandans and fostering a culture of sporting achievement nationwide.

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