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NRU elects new president

10/04/2018
by Rodney Pienaar
Sports

Namibia Rugby Union (NRU) elected Corrie Mensah as their new president last Saturday. 

Corrie Mensah is replacing Bradley Basson who was the president for the past six years.

Speaking at the occasion Mensah thanked the union for giving him the opportunity and vowed to put in extra effort for his new position. 

“I will be very commit towards every little thing that has to do with growth of Rugby in the country. My full commitment towards serving rugby union to the best of my abilities and running affairs of the NRU will be hundred percent. I promise that I will see to it that the board instructs board members to at least meet once every three months with council members in their various conferences and report back to the board,” he said. 

Other members elected to serve in the new NRU executive committee are James Camm; Jacky Husselman; Abie van Wyk; Werner Jeffrey and Cone Powell. 

Mensah is currently also the president of the Windhoek based Western Suburbs rugby team. Mensah will serve as the NRU president for the next three years.