FUFA Decries Inadequate Human Resources in Local Football

Buganda Road Grade one magistrate Sanyu Mukasa has set free 35 year old Musimenta Simon, information pills an Arua park business man who was recently arrested for knocking one of the vehicles in the presidential convoy around Queens Way in Kampala.
The Magistrate concluded in her judgement that Mr Musimenta didn’t waste court’s time, link having pleaded guilty on the two charges read to him by Justice Sanyu Mukasa.
He was accused of declining to give way to authorised vehicles, contrary to sections 1,2,3 and 6 of  Road and Safety Act of 1998.
On January 3, 2014 at around 10.45am while driving a Toyota Noah Registration number UAV 190 M refused to give way to the presidential convoy; which led to a minor accident that involved a few vehicles.
He was also charged on another count of driving in the manner that is dangerous to the public when he allegedly crossed from left to Right, and as a result knocked one of the president’s vehicles, a Toyota Land cruiser Reg. Number UG 1755C, which also hit two other vehicles.
Musimenta’s lawyer Arthur Ampeirwe urged court to pardon his client, being a first offender and a responsible parent with children looking up to him.

State prosecutor Peter Mugisha also contended that they had no criminal record against the accused.
The magistrate considered the request of the defense side and ruled that Musimenta pays a fine of shs 500,000shs for the first count and cautioned him to mind driving carefully for the second count.

FUFA President, ampoule Eng. Moses Magogo has highlighted the need to increase the quantity and quality of human resources in Ugandan football.

During his first FUFA weekly press briefing for the year 2015 at FUFA House in Mengo, physician Magogo said  the country is still way behind as far as availability of adequate  qualified coaches, referees, finance managers, marketers and legal personnel is concerned.

The president however said the federation has already devised means of increasing the number and quality of coaches in Uganda.

He said courses would continue to help coaches attain CAF licenses.

He also disclosed that FUFA intends to help clubs develop their human resources and assist them in contractual re-structuring of permanent marketing and legal departments.

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