The man is very fat and has no Physical Fitness to involve in Sports activities.
The Ugandan minister of Sports is Charles Bakkabulindi. He was born on 25th November 1959. He was appointed to that Position in 2005. In the Cabinet reshuffles of 1 June 2006, 16 February 2009, that of 27 May 2011, and that of 1 March 2015, he retained his Cabinet post.
He is also the elected member of Parliament representing workers.
According to his Profile
His oldest Post-Secondary academic Qualification is the Diploma in Electrical Engineering, which he Obtained in 1985, from the Uganda Polytechnic Kyambogo, one of the Constitutuent institutions are Kyambogo University.
He went on to obtain the degree of Bachelor of Arts in Adult and Community Education, Obtained in 2016, from Makerere University.
In 2007, he was awarded the postgraduate Diploma in Public Administration, from Ugandan Management Institution (UMI). His degree of Master of Arts in Management Studies was awarded in 2016 also in UMI.
Charles Bakkabulindi is married.
Dear readers, does he supposed to be a Sports Minister? Is he not fat to hold that Position that requires Physical Fitness.
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