LNOC to host annual general assembly

LNOC to host annual general assembly

MASERU

The Lesotho National Olympic Committee (LNOC) will host its 17th Annual General Assembly on Sunday at Avani Lesotho Hotel.
The AGM is expected to be attended by the Minister of Sports, Mahali Phamotse, who is scheduled to give a speech at the assembly.
According to LNOC head of programmes, Pulumo Nchakha, the committee’s treasurer, secretary general and president will also present their reports.

Also expected at the AGM is a graduation ceremony for several students of an Advanced Sport Management Course that was introduced by the LNOC last year.
The graduates come from various sports federations and Nchakha said they are expected to use the knowledge they have gained to develop their respective sporting codes.
“Last year we introduced an Advanced Sports Administration Course at the diploma level so there will be graduations of candidates (at the AGM) then there will be the president’s report and treasurer’s report,” Nchakha said.

“Our graduates come from various national federations, therefore, we are expecting them to go out and have an impact in their federations. We are hoping to see change in sports and improvement at the administrative level.”

Nchakha added: “(The) LNOC is not going to employ them but they have to go back to their federations and implement the skills that they acquired during the training. For instance, one of the candidates, ‘Mamokoena Nhlapo, has just been co-opted as the secretary general of one of the national federations (Lesotho Basketball Association) meaning they saw her input in the administration of such an association.”

Nkheli Liphoto

 

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