BOPSSA heads to AGM happy with progress

SELEBI-PHIKWE: President of the Botswana Primary Schools Sports Association (BOPSSA), Busani Segweni, has appealed to councils to stick to the agreement to pay affiliation fees in order to help in the running of the body.

Speaking to Mmegi Sport ahead of the association’s Annual General Meeting this weekend, Segweni said BOPSSA recommended that each member school pay P300 annually.  “Out of the 10 regions eight have paid and only two have not and we are still following them up,” he said. He added that the association allowed pupils from the affected regions to participate in competitions because it was not their fault but negligence by the defaulting councils,” Segweni said.

 Meanwhile, Segweni said the association’s leadership would measure its achievements at the AGM and map the way forward.

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