Passports hitch bothers Ndejje elites ahead of Tunisia trip

KAMPALA. Ndejje University Elites power attacker Winfrey Wambui is likely to miss the Women’s Africa Club Championship in Carthage, Tunisia due to lack of a passport.

By press time, Ndejje officials were trying to secure the passport ahead of the team’s flight tomorrow morning. “We are being tossed around,” Ndejje coach Johnson Kawenyera said. “She is one the players for the future. She will miss a lot if she doesn’t travel with the team,” he added. Last year, Ndejje’s Carolyne Kasande also missed her team’s trip to Antananarivo due to lack of a passport.

Meanwhile, Uganda Volleyball Federation (UVF) will today unveil National Social Security Fund as the league sponsor. The league tip off has been delayed and it will now be launched on Saturday.

UVF has found itself at parallels with clubs concerning the details of the sponsorship deal. Several club officials claim UVF is not acting transparently.

Daily Monitor has learnt that NSSF will provide kit for all teams in the men’s Serie A and women’s division.Ndejje’s contingent to Carthage Players: Jesca Kaidu, Belindah Jepkirui, Christine Alupo, Maureen Mwamula, Saidat Nnungi, Margaret Namyalao, Irene Amoding, kellon Nyakecho, Amina Namwanje, Winnie Nakabuubi and Carolyne Kasande Coach: Johnson KawenyeraManager: Wilfred MuhumuzaReferee: Hadija NamandaTeam chaperon: Florence Nakamya

SOURCE: Daily Monitor

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