USPA attains legal status.

The Uganda Sports Press Association (USPA) has attained a corporate status.

The Association can now be sued and also sue any corporate organisation in its dealings or contracts signed.

This follows registration of the association by the Uganda Registration Services Bureau (URSB) according to USPA President, Moses Alsayed Lubega.

“We are now officially registered under number 80034884185506 as the Uganda Sports Press Association (USPA Limited), operating as a guarantee without share capital,” noted.

“This new status not only safeguards our partnerships but also secures our name, empowering us to engage in formal negotiations, establish MOUs, contracts, and steer policy and agenda setting,” he added.

He explained that USPA has cultivated strong relationships with partners such as Nile Special, Plascon Uganda, CityTyres, and Standard Chartered Bank.

Kiplimo Voted

Meanwhile Jacob Kiplimo clinched the Nile Special Sports Personality of the Month of Match. The athlete was voted for defending his title at the World Cross Country Championship in Belgrade, Serbia.

To win monthly Nile Special Award, Kiplimo pooled 265 votes, against cyclist Charles Kagimu, who with 245 votes. Kagimu won gold at the African Games in Accra, Ghana.

The other teams commended included Rugby 7s team for winning gold at the continental games, Husina Kobugabe and Gladys Mbabazi.

The monthly winners will be honored with a plaque and Shs500,000/= cash prize courtesy of Nile Special at an upcoming dinner.


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