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“This is the nearest I have been to sports and I am privileged to be part of this partnership both individually and as a company. In the past we were doing a lot of sponsorships but were not as good as we wanted but we thought we should focus on projects that engage our society and therefore we had to invest in volleyball because it engages both the youth and the disabled,” revealed Ssali.
She further applauded officials from Uganda Volleyball Federation for helping nurture talents and most of all engaging people with disabilities to participate in the game.
“We would also like to contribute to the nurturing of talented volleyballers in Uganda so that they are more competitive when they represent Uganda at various regional and continental competitions,” she explained.
Ssali added: “If it proves worthwhile, we can reaffirm our partnership and commitment because we also care for good corporate citizens who are part of NSSF.”
In his remarks the Uganda Volleyball Federation President, Sadik Nasiwu, expressed his gratitude for the support to the game adding, that it would elevate it to another level.
“We are getting a candid partner and I believe out there will be too much on hearing the news of the sponsorship and I can assure you volleyball is not going to disappoint you because you have got the right partner who is going to take the sponsorship keenly,” Nasiwu noted.
According to officials From NSSF, the package will cater for technical equipment, teams’ and referees’ jerseys and league publicity among others.
The three-year sponsorship deal with Shs 60m yearly will also cover national team players and coaches’ allowances, jerseys and training.