Uganda Lawn Tennis Association returned Cedric Babu, for the second term in office after he won a unanimous vote against his rival Arthur Ssegawa at Kampala club at their general assembly on Saturday.
Babu, won by 74 votes against Ssegawa’s 12 out of the 86 members at an assembly where several members expressed their dissatisfaction over their poor relationship with National Council of Sports general secretary Jasper Aligawesa.
During the assembly the members of the association adopted new changes to the constitution which will see the executive stay in power for three years per term from the previous two year term.
“We will meet next week as an executive to appoint regional representatives,” Babu said after winning his second term. “We need to get to work and hope to improve our relationship with National Council of Sports.”
The posts for first Vice chairman and second was won by Sam Nakabale and Raymond Ekadu unanimously. Lawyer Stephen Musisi, retained his post after beating Victor Drile by 75 to 4 votes.
Assistant general secretary was taken by Brother Omukundwa and the post of treasurer went to Victor Drile unopposed.
The five executive members Patrick Ezaga, Corporate world, Ladies representative Margaret Nantongo, Ronnie Mutebi, schools and university representative, John Oduke, was choosen as coach representative after beating John Kasule 39-34 votes and Moses Otiti, becomes the new players representative.