Local Organising Committee

The Local Organizing Committee (LOC) in liaison with the various federations, institutions, and other relevant bodies to ensure the smooth running of the games. Ndejje University is therefore committed to planning; organizing and hosting a successful championship on behalf of EAUSF come December 2020.

65 institutions, 3,500 athletes are expected to take part in this championship in the 18 disciplines over 5 days (17th - 21st Dec). Fixtures will be done early with the full assistance from AUUS and the various national local federations. AUUS will be fully engaged in coordinating the events and provide the competition rules

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Prof.Eriabu Lugujjo

Vice chancellor Ndejje University

Dr.Frederick Kakembo

President LOC

Mr.Paul Mark Kayongo

Finance and Administration

Mr.Elijah Kiyingi

Security/Protocol Committee

Ms.Florence Nakamya

Secretariat and Awards

Mr.Wilfred Muhumuza Kato

Accommodation and Welfare Committee

Mr.Collins Ssemmanda

Publicity and Entertainment Committee

Mr. Majid Abduls

Technical Committee.

Mr. Vincent Kisenyi

Representative Association of Uganda University Sports

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Local Organizing committe members ( Prof Eriabu Lugujjo Mr.Paul Mark Kayongo, Mr. Collins Ssemmanda) and many other meet the President of the republic of Uganda

Local Organizing committe members meet Yoweri Kaguta Museveni President of the republic of Uganda

( Prof Eriabu Lugujjo Mr.Paul Mark Kayongo, Mr. Collins Ssemmanda) and many other meet the President of the republic of Uganda to discuss issues alot of issues especially the Eastern Africa University Games 2022

Eng.Detlef Jobke Recommends Changes

Eng. Detlef Jobke a consultant requested by the Ministry of Education and Sports to give technical support in putting in place the sports facilities required for the 12th Eastern African University games He came to Ndejje for 3 days to examine the practicability of the master plan that was approved at the mid of last year 2021. .

Yeko gold in world varsity cross-country

Yeko was a front runner most of the time, exchanging the lead with German Markus Georger and tactically staying behind teammate Wangwe before exploding in the final lap. Budding long distance runner Dismas Yeko executed the perfect final kicks to claim gold at the World University Cross-Country event in Portugal on Saturday.