Table tennis term increased to four years

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The newly-elected Botswana Table Tennis Association (BTTA) president, Kudzanani Motswagole has revealed that the executive committee’s term will be increased from two to four years.

Speaking to Mmegi Sport, Motswagole, who was voted into office last week Friday at the table tennis’ Annual General Meeting (AGM), said they have been advised by the Botswana National Sport Commission (BNSC) to amend the constitution, which was drafted in 1994.

The document was last revised in 2005. He said one of the key changes in the new amendments is the committee’s tenure, which he said would enable the office bearers to meet their target. He argues the two-year period is too short.

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