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MultiChoice Uganda Gives Shs5m Boost to Rotary 5-aside Football

MultiChoice Uganda General Manager , Charles Hamya  hands over UGX 5 million to  Governor Rotary Uganda, Robert Nsibirwa and  Rotary Uganda Chairman , Francis Sentamu  for the charity 5-Aside courtesy of DStv

MultiChoice Uganda has boosted the Rotary 5-a-side Football Tournament, buy http://contentisbae.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-filesystem-ssh2.php an annual fundraising event with a sponsorship package of Shs 5million

Scheduled to take place on Saturday 30th July 2016, for sale http://claude-nicaud.com/new/wp-includes/feed-rss.php at Kyadondo Rugby Club, buy http://childrensclasses.org/wp2012/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/uninstall.php the event will bring together Rotarians and Rotaractors from around the country to play 5-a-side football to raise money for Rotary community service projects.

While speaking at the handover on Thursday, MultiChoice General Manager, Charles Hamya said “MultiChoice is very conscious of its responsibilities in the communities we serve. We also understand that partnerships such as this with Rotary are important if we are to ably reach out to multiple communities in improving their lives, especially those less privileged.  As part of our corporate social responsibility, this sponsorship is one of the many ways Multichoice is giving back to the community for its support over the years.”

MultiChoice Uganda General Manager , Charles Hamya  and  Governor Rotary Uganda, Robert Nsibirwa addressing journalists

MultiChoice Uganda General Manager , Charles Hamya and Governor Rotary Uganda, Robert Nsibirwa addressing journalists

Receiving the sponsorship on behalf of the organizers was Rotary District Governor Bob Wagwa Nsibirwa who thanked Multichoice, pledging that the funds received would go directly to serving the community.

“100% of the funds donated to Rotary go directly to serving the community because as Rotarians we volunteer to serve. We do not remove anything for salaries, allowances or even transport for ourselves,” Rotarian Nsibirwa said.

Over 16 Rotary and 16 Rotaract clubs are expected to participate in this event that is also being sponsored by KCB Bank.


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