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Uganda Olympics Committee Trains Buganda Masaza Officials

Uganda Olympics committee in conjunction with the Buganda kingdom have arranged international level training for sports officials where 50 people officials from the Buganda masaaza received training yesterday at bulange Mengo.

 

Owek. Kiberu henry Ssekabembe the Buganda kingdom minster for sports, youths and leisure affirmed that the move is a great milestone.

William Blick the head of Uganda Olympics committee emphasized the relevance of the training

 

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