BFA Passes Contentious Motion

The BFA general assembly has agreed to extend term of regional leaders
The BFA general assembly has agreed to extend term of regional leaders

The motion that calls for the immediate extension of term for regional leaders at the Botswana Football Association (BFA) finally saw the light of the day at the special general assembly held in Gaborone on Saturday.

The regional leaders whose terms previously ran for two years will now sit in office for four years after the majority of the delegates voted in favour of the motion.

The leaders who were voted in last year will now be in office until 2022. Effectively the changes mean that there will be no elections for regional leadership next year. Although it finally passed, the motion reportedly received strong opposition from some delegates among them Notwane president, Tebogo Sebego who has been vocal about its ‘ill intention’.

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