The Otjozondjupa Governor's Cup, a highly anticipated football tournament, took place at two different venues - the Okahandja Primary School and the Nau Aib Stadium. Despite a few minor setbacks, the overall consensus is that the tournament was a resounding success, as expressed by the Regional Governor, James Uerikua, and Okahandja Councilor Betuel Tjaveondja.
In an interview with NBC Sport, Governor Uerikua highlighted the positive impact of the event, bringing the youth of Okahandja together and keeping them engaged in constructive activities, away from distractions. He expressed his satisfaction with the successful organization of this year's Governor's Cup, crediting the tournament's organizers for making it all possible.
" the youth of okahandja in particular you will notice that, there is a serious reduction in social activities in the society, most of the young people are being hosted Here. The okahandja people are feeling proud to say that there is now business opportunities, money in circulation, young people are taken away from drugs and alcohol abuse activities"
Councilor Betuel Tjaveondja of Okahandja also provided an evaluation of the event, acknowledging the obstacles they encountered throughout the tournament. Despite these challenges, the dedication and hard work of the organizers prevailed, resulting in a memorable and well-executed competition.
" To pull up an event like this one, your logistics must be in play. Key principles of logistics is that your transport, accommodation and food stuffs must be in place, the readiness of the things such as equipments to be used in the process."
Abner Neputa, a Marketing Consultant from Pstbet, emphasized the value of their participation in the Governor's Cup. Their involvement in the event served as a significant opportunity to showcase their brand and connect with the local community, further solidifying their commitment to supporting regional sports initiatives.
"To pull up an event like this one, your logistics must be in play. Key principles of logistics is that your transport, accommodation and food stuffs must be in place, the readiness of the things such as equipments to be used in the process"
This year's Governor's Cup had a specific focus on selecting the regional teams that will represent Otjozondjupa at the upcoming National Pstbet tournament. The chosen teams will have the honor of competing in the prestigious event, which is slated to be held in the Omaheke region in October. Excitement is building as talented players prepare to represent their region on a national stage. Stay tuned for more updates on the progress of the selected teams and the upcoming National Pstbet tournament!
"it really surprised me especially here in okahandja, look at how the people are jumping up and down very happy, this is the idea behind us coming on board for the next three years. The idea is to bring people together if you look far behind there are people doing business and this is just to make an opportunity for people to do business and to showcase their talents"
The main focus this year was to select the regional teams that will compete at the upcoming National Pstbet tournament set to be held in the Omaheke region in October.