UGANDA Amateur Draughts Association (UADA) will be hold its general assembly at the Lugogo Indoor stadium on February 1.
UADA president Hudson Kyagaba, who was elected two years ago, says he intends to continue serving his electorate if he is given a fresh mandate.
â€œI wish to serve the association for a second term but only if I am mandated by the members to do so,â€ Kyagaba said.
The official said delegates at the assembly will also deliberate on activities of the new season.
But Kyagaba said that clubs that were inactive last year are in danger of being excluded from the associationâ€™s future programmes.
Meanwhile, Kyagaba revealed that a draughts expert from South Africa is expected in the country in March.
Collin Webster, the president of the Mind Sport of South Africa, will be in Kampala to advise on development of the game.
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