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Six vacancies at FUFA house

By Vision Reporter

Added 3rd January 2006 03:00 AM

FUFA has started the reorganisation of its secretariat at Mengo by advertising all the key jobs, including the new one of Chief Executive Officer(CEO).
The CEO will replace the current administrative secretary Vincent Khisa.

FUFA has started the reorganisation of its secretariat at Mengo by advertising all the key jobs, including the new one of Chief Executive Officer(CEO).
The CEO will replace the current administrative secretary Vincent Khisa.

By James Bakama and Norman Katende

FUFA has started the reorganisation of its secretariat at Mengo by advertising all the key jobs, including the new one of Chief Executive Officer(CEO).
The CEO will replace the current administrative secretary Vincent Khisa.

According to FUFA Public Relations Officer Aldrine Nsubuga, vacancies also exist for the positions of director of competitions who will replace the National Football League Committee administrative secretary, accounts assistant, records assistant, office attendant and receptionist.

He said FUFA Zone 13 chairman Fred Barenzi will be in charge of the process and an advert will be placed in the newspapers this week.

“All the workers have been laid off save for four.

They will continue to work during the period of receiving the applications and helping with records access and management.

They will however be required to re-apply for their jobs should they be interested,” explained Nsubuga.

Those still working at FUFA House in Mengo (right) are Aisha Nalule (administrative secretary league committee), Khisa (administrative secretary FUFA), Mohammed Kalema (clerk/messenger) and Rogers Semere.

Meanwhile, FUFA president Lawrence Mulindwa will start his first international assignment by attending the CAF congress in Cairo, Egypt January 18.

Mulindwa, who will travel with vice presidents Richard Barigye (administration) and Jowali Kyeyago (finance), is looking to use the opportunity to discuss the accumulated affiliation dues to CAF and the state of the game in the country and how to improve it.
CAF warned Uganda recently that they will be locked out of all continental events if they failed to pay the affiliation fees that had accumulated to sh21m.

* Fans’ body NUFFA will today present their proposal for football’s road-map from a spectators’ perspective to new FUFA boss Mulindwa at 8pm at the Sheraton Hotel.

This meeting will be followed next week by a FUFA breakfast for corporates and other potential sponsors.

“At the breakfast, the corporates and sponsors will give their input on how they believe football should be run in order to protect their interests, and also attract many more to support the game,” said Nsubuga.

Six vacancies at FUFA house

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