Bor football body elects new leadership
The general assembly of the Bor Local Football Association (BOLFA) has elected a new executive body to run the association for a 5-year term.
The executive members were chosen during an election held in the Jonglei State capital, Bor town on Sunday.
In a Radio Tamazuj report seen by NCMP, John Ayor, an electoral committee member, explained on Sunday that the elections were free and fair and that a 4-member executive body was voted in to run the body until 2026.
“General Assembly consists of 34 members. 20 drawn from the Division I clubs, 11 from Division II clubs, one person from Division III clubs, while coaches and referees committees have a member each. They voted for 9 candidates. Abraham Ajok Kuol won the presidency with 22 votes, beating two other contestants,” Ayor, who also served as the association’s former general-secretary said.
The election’s full results:
- Abraham Ajok Kuol got 22 votes and was declared the winner
- Willam Deng, 10 votes
- Deng Awuok Garang, 0 votes
- Dut Gabriel Aluong, 18 votes
- James William Mac, 14 votes
- David Kuol Ateny,19 votes
- Mabil John Aguek, 13 votes
- Panchol Maketh Deng, 17 votes
- Stephen Deng Machar, 15 votes
Abraham Kuol Ajok, the newly elected BOLFA’s president, applauded the election results, adding that his leadership’s priority will be to promote sports among young people in the state.