UGANDA Golf Club vice captain Emmanuel Wamala reckons he is the man for the big job as the club goes to polls this evening.
â€œI now have the required experience to ably serve the club. I want to ensure there is continuity that club needs to accomplish its good projects.
There are always good proposals that donâ€™t continue when leadership changes. We have a master-plan that I would like to complete,â€ Wamala remarked.
Wamala, who has been vice captain for two terms, faces a challenge from senior members Sam Nahamya and Okello Ocero in the polls that have seen the young generation surprisingly take interest in the club leadership.
Outgoing captain Joel Okullo will not seek re-election in line with an â€˜unconstitutionalâ€™ practice of declining a third term. Wamala named the aligning of a human resource system, completion of the health club and children training programmes as projects that need continuity.
â€œI am not campaigning; I have let the members judge me by my performance. If I am not elected the other candidates who I believe are competent as well will serve,â€ Wamala said.
John Mwalimu will lock horns with outgoing secretary Paul Karemera as they fight for the position of vice captain.
Magala Nyago is unopposed for the post of treasurer while youthful Sabiiti Bageine will contest against Jack Karyarugoogwe for the post of secretary.
Wamala goes for UGU captainâ€™s seat