Tashobya Highlights Need To Invest In Sports Infrastructure

The incoming National Council of Sports (NCS) president Ambrose Tasobya has underlined the need for Uganda to invest more in sports infrastructure.

Former Uganda Olympic Committee vice president doubles as an architect and is seeking improvement in the infrastructure sector will be manning something in his best understanding.

“For the last two years, I have been talking and encouraging all that care, to invest in sports infrastructure and will try to convince my colleagues to do the same,” Tashobya told New Vision Sport in an interview.

Infrastructure in Uganda is a roving challenge that has seen the Uganda Cranes play at St.Mary’s Stadium a pitch fully owned by Dr Lawrence Mulindwa after Mandela National Stadium was turned into a Covid centre.

According to Tashobya, it’s an honour to serve the sports fraternity and he is excited about the opportunity that will see him at the top office of sport for the next two years.

Tashobya replaces Dr. Don Rukare who is currently the president of the Uganda Olympic Committee.

The other people that were excused from the committee are Stephen Asiimwe, Mark Ssali, Grace Abalo and Paul Luswata.

The Incoming Committee

Chairperson: Ambrose Tashobya

Council members

Stephen Kiprotich

Cecila Anyakoit

Zubair Galiwango

Andrew Owiny Otengo

Juliet Oyulu

William Goerge Galiwango

Gloria Everlyn Piloya

Agatha Arembe Namirembe

Nowell Ongom Anek

Derrick Namisi

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