Shaym Korcha, elected new Central Motor Club Chairman

major focus in office will be  promoting  gender balanced sport and  growing the sport  in a more organised structural manner.

Shaym Korcha, elected new Central Motor Club Chairman
New Board of Trustees Chairman Rajiv (middle) with other Board members

Central Motor Club, a member of the 15 motorsports clubs in the Federation of Motorsports Clubs of Uganda (FMU) had today elected Shaym Korchaas as the new Chairman with Kaketto Sayid as Deputy. 


The Central Motor Club elected the new leadership during its annual general meeting held today at Kabira country club Kampala.
The club also elected  Rajiv Ruparelia as the new Chairperson, Board of Trustees joined by other members of the board of trustees including;  Christakis Fitidis as vice chairperson, Nelson Walusimbi in the capacity of treasurer among others.
Rajiv is optimistic that once  members  continue with the spirit of raising adequate resources for the club, it’s operatinons will move smoothly.
During the meeting, a total of 102 million has been raised by members to support the activities of the club.
In his inaugural remarks to the press after the General meeting, Shaym Kotecha has noted that one of  his major focuses  in office will be  promoting  gender balanced sport and  growing the sport  in a more organised structural manner.

Recently The Central Motor Club contributed 1 million shillings to FMU’S Emergency Response Ambulance initiative & also donated food items like posho (400kgs) beans (205kgs) rice (150kgs) and washing soap (soap 500bars) to the national covid19 taskforce
During the handover to the Minister of General Duties Mary Karoro Okurut at office of the Prime Minister, Kakeeto Saeed Ali who led this donation said that the  Central Motor Club was privileged to be the first sports entity in Uganda to support the cause and will always stand up to be counted when needed
 “We feel proud that we have contributed this and encourage other sports organisations to get involved and help vulnerable Ugandans who are in need of food during this lockdown.” he said.