Police donates sports kits to Paidha youths

Uganda Police Force Sports Officer, SSP Abu Kalule, hands over sports gears to Paidha town council. (Image: UPF)

The Uganda Police Force has donated an assortment of sports equipment to the youth in Paidha District with intent to promote sports talent among the youths.

The paraphernalia include 10 footballs, 10 netballs, 18 pairs of football jerseys, 15 pairs of netball jerseys two football goal nets and 37 training cones.

Others are two pairs of goal keeper gloves, two pairs of goal keeper jerseys, 33 pairs of stockings and 24 pieces of training bibs.

The equipment worth Shs10m was handed over to the chairman Paidha town council, Mr John Paschal Wapokra, by the Force’s Sports Officer, SSP Abu Kalule, on behalf of the Inspector General of Government (IGP).

Mr Kalule urged the youth in Paidha to be disciplined, engage in different sports activities as this will provide the future stars of Uganda.

The police officer pledged police’s commitment towards developing talent in the whole country, encouraging parents to aid identifying their children’s potential.

ASP Kalule urged the youth in Paidha to be disciplined, engage in different sports activities as this will provide the future stars of the nation.

Receiving the donation on behalf of the youth in the district, Mr Wapokra said the Force’s giveback to the community was timely.

He urged other entities to join the cause of developing talent.

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