Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) has promised the new Kampala City Council Football Club board an administrative course for the members.
The promise has been made by the FUFA Vice president Justus Mugisha during a special function organized by the club to launch the mobilisation drive for fans registration at the home of KCC F.C – Phillip Omondi Stadium in Lugogo, Kampala on Friday.
‘We are glad that KCC F.C has a great new board. Please keep up the good work and as FUFA, we promise an administrative course for your new team’
Mr. Mugisha remarked.
FUFA was represented at the event by the first Vice President Justus Mugisha, CEO Edgar Watson, FUFA Technical committee member, Hamid Juma the Federation spokesman Ahmed Hussein.
Star Times, shirt sponsors of the club offered 40 decoders to the players and officials.
KCCA Executive director, Jenifer Musisi received the decoders on behalf of the officials and team captain, Saka Mpiima, on behalf of the players.
KCCA F.C new board chairman, Julius Kabugo officially ushered in the new board members.
He highlighted about the rich history of the club, present state and the future aspirations of the club that include securing a 5 hectare portion of land to build a modern stadium
Kabugo introduced the other board members, Godfrey Kisekka (Vice chairman), George Opio (Human Resource), Edgar Padulide (finance), David Tamale (CEO), Edison Masereka, Counsel Isaac Sempembwa (lawyer), Collins Njeye, Brenda Nsiimbe, Paul Agaba (PRO) to the executive director, the media and the players in attendance.
The Executive Director announced that KCCA has started a players’ saving SACCO worth U.shs 100M to help improve of the welfare of the players.
The players, club officials and the media were later treated a special lunch.
MAIN PHOTO: FUFA 1st Vice President, Justus Mugisha addressing the gathering at the KCC event on Friday.
PHOTO CREDITS: FUFA Communications Department