Several of FUFA Member Associations have observed a statutory requirement of holding their Annual General Meetings (AGMs) just before the FUFA Ordinary General Assembly set for Adjumani this year on 28th September.
Most of the 33 Members of FUFA have been very active with activities all organised by the Regional General Secretaries recruited by FUFA at the start of this year.
On Friday 13th September, the Uganda Women Football Association (UWFA) held their 4th Annual General Assembly at the FUFA Technical centre in Njeru.
The well attended event was presided over by FUFA Excom Member Chris Kalibbala who as the Chief Guest.
The Chairperson of UWFA, Kubingi Margret called upon for unity and focus among football stakeholders in order to uplift women football in Uganda at large.
Kubingi stressed that the women football leaders ought to be role models to display high standards of behavior by having discipline, learning each one’s personality and character, having love and respect for each other, be good consultants and follow procedures in order to achieve greatness in the new FUFA Project ‘Take flight ‘ whose Manager Jean Sseninde also attended.
Kalibbala, representing the FUFA President, Eng. Moses Magogo lauded the organisers of the Assembly, the delegates and the entire organisation of the ongoing FUFA Women Elite league to be calm and welcome the new women FUFA Women Super League.
‘FUFA is fully committed to support the women regional leagues, National competitions, underage and Senior teams’
The UWFA Executive
Chairperson: Margaret Kubingi
1st Vice Chairperson: Nattabi Harriet
2nd Vice Chairperson Apolot Harriet Margaret
Treasure: Namagembe Elsie
Sheba Asiba Zuyo
PICTORIAL OF OTHER MEMBER ASSOCIATIONS’ ASSEMBLIES ORGANISED
MAIN PHOTO: Uganda Women Football Association in a group photo after the Assembly in Njeru.