Minister Ssekabembe cautions Masaza Cup Referees

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The Minister for Youth, Leisure, Sports and Recreation in Buganda Kingdom Henry Ssekabembe Kiberu has cautioned the 2023 Masaza Cup Referees.

During the one day capacity building program at Bulange on Tuesday, Ssekabembe also called upon the match officials to emphasize four important things which are honest, integrity, respect and ethics.

“The capacity building turns out to be exceedingly very important if at all you are going to promote, develop and make sure your product grows. Each year we do assemble to get us a special assemblage of all the referees who are going to participate in that particular season of the Masaza Cup.” We have assembled all the referees so that we capacity build and emphasizes on four important things that is respect, honesty, integrity and ethics.”

“The moment we have those four we are going to have an exceedingly very important season.”

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“I have also emphasized three Ps that is product development, people (fan base) and profit as the key components for any successful tournament.” Said Ssekabembe

Former FIFA Referee Brian Miiro Nsubuga the chairperson of the referees’ standing committee, reveal the major aim of the capacity building was to look into the new rules that govern the game.

“The course was about looking into the new rules for 2023. We are going to pass through them with the Referees and then with the respective counties. We are going to learn very many things this year and I assure the fans that they should expect a great refereeing this year.” He said

Meanwhile, the Masaza Cup competition will resume over the weekend with nine games.

•Ssese Vs Mawogola at Lutoboka
•Buvuma Vs Ssingo at Kasaali
•Buluuli Vs Kyadondo at St.Lawrence Playground
•Kabula Vs Busiro at Bakijulula
•Kooki Vs Kyaggwe at Lwanda
•Mawokota Vs Gomba at Buwama Grounds
•Bugerere Vs Bulemeezi at Ntenjeru playgrounds
•Buwekula Vs Buddu at St. Peters Technical in Mubende
•Butambala Vs Busujju at Nkookooma playground

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