Miande Mahona, NSC representative, issued the comments at a launch of the Athletics Tanzania (AT)’s website at Masaki in Dar es Salaam on Wednesday.
“The AT decision to own a website will make it easy for them to smoothly operate, as well as issue reports to the game’s stakeholders,’’ he noted.
Jackson Ndaweka, AT secretary general, disclosed they have opted to involve the sport’s stakeholders that will become some of the association website’s users.
“Their views will help our information technology experts to make our website better before making it accessible,’’ Ndaweka noted.
Inspire Consultants Company’s Director, Nseya Kipicyango, whose firm has overseen the AT website’s formation, noted they have opted to bring about technological revolution in athletics.
Joseph Katembo from Dar Running Club recommended AT should place the association’s information at the right time, after the website starts operating.
“It will be unfair when the association places information on one of the local athletes’ success a day after his or her feat,’’ Katembo said.
Boniface Manko from Masaki Corporate Marathon opined the website’s presence will make it easy for athletes to get abreast of the schedules and important events.
The Inspire Consultants Company has taken charge of the website formation in cooperation with the AT.