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“I am grateful for the appointment. I will strive to deliver and meet the job’s expectations but this is not a one man’s show. we shall use the available resources to get the results,” a jovial Nyiima told the media.
He is expected to start work today May 1, 2014 as he replaces Mr. William Byuma, who has been occupying the post.
Nyiima will oversee the federations’ educational curriculum, all educational programmes and coaches’ education.
Meanwhile, Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) officials led by the President, Eng Moses Magogo, are already in the Tanzanian capital Dar es Salaam for a four- day FIFA sensitization workshop.
The workshop, which started yesterday, will run up to Saturday, May 3, 2014 has been organized by FIFA in conjunction with CECAFA and hosts Tanzania Football Federation.
Football Associations’ Presidents, Chief Executive Officers (CEO’s) and Communication managers (media officers) for the CECAFA member nations attended the workshop.
Eng. Moses Magogo, Edgar Watson and Ahmed Hussein represented FUFA at the workshop.
The honorary FUFA President and CECAFA Vice Chairman, Lawrence Mulindwa, and CECAFA Media officer, Rogers Mulindwa, are also in attendance.
Ina another development, Samuel Egesa, is also attending the referees’ and assessors’ course in Egypt.
The course will start on May 4, and end on May 9, 2014.