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A Policewoman and a ballboy enjoying big league playoffs between Jinja Municipal and Jinja ss in May (Photo by Fred Mwambu/CR)

Stanbic Bank has Friday handed over a sponsorship package worth 255 million towards the 2015 MTN Kampala Marathon.

According to MTN Uganda, case http://ccresourcecenter.org/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/sharedaddy/recaptcha.php this  year’s proceeds will go towards improving sanitation through the construction of smart bio-toilet technology for Kampala public schools managed by the Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA).

“The MTN Kampala Marathon is now both an iconic sporting event in Uganda and a special day of fundraising for a good cause. This is in-line with Stanbic Bank’s purpose of moving our communities and Uganda forward. We have a special partnership with MTN and are delighted to continue our sponsorship of the marathon for the foreseeable future, erectile http://crunchydomesticgoddess.com/wp-admin/includes/post.php ” said Patrick Mweheire, mind http://chachanova.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/includes/upgrade.php Chief Executive, Stanbic Bank.

Speaking at the handover, MTN Uganda Chief Executive Officer Brian Gouldie hailed Stanbic Bank for being one of the longest standing partners in the sponsorship of MTN Kampala Marathon.

MTN CEO Brian Gouldie displays his marathon race number after registering for the marathon this morning

MTN CEO Brian Gouldie displays his marathon race number after registering for the marathon this morning

This year, once again MTN is privileged to partner with Stanbic Bank and other key sponsors including, the Vision Group, Huawei, Rwenzori, and the Uganda Athletics Federation.

“We appreciate the fact that participation in the MTN Kampala Marathon has been steadily growing in terms of numbers. People run in the marathon for a number of reasons; to challenge themselves to fulfill a personal sense of achievement but also to contribute towards a worthy cause,” said Gouldie.

Stanbic Bank has registered over 300 staff and family to participate in the marathon. These engagements provide our staff with the platform to actively participate in their communities and to make the right connections.
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They announced that MTN is now “Uganda’s leading financial services provider”, the same time as they celebrated an exuberating total monthly value of transactions that now exceeds UGX 1.8 trillion.

It was the first time MTN referred to itself as a financial services provider. MTN consequently kicked off a campaign in which they illustrate Mobile Money as the “easy way of life”.

The campaign is geared towards celebrating the various ways MTN Mobile Money has positively redefined the way of life across Uganda and beyond through the services it offers and promotes.

MTN believes,“to the impatient student hungry for education, it’s the easy way to confidently move towards a brighter future”. “To the isolated man who lives where there are no banks, it’s the easy way to bridge the gap between himself and the world”.

“To the worried mother nursing her child in hospital, it’s the easy way to secure her child’s heath.” “To the time starved executive needing to pay bills from anywhere, it’s the easy way to buy time to spend with loved ones.”

With this campaign, MTN addresses the various aspects of lives its Mobile Money service have altered since launching the product in 2009.

Initially, MTN Mobile Money was designed to enable customers to send and receive money domestically as well as buy airtime using their mobile phone. Today “MTN Mobile Money is so much more than money on your phone,” according to MTN Uganda CEO Brian Gouldie.

Since 2009, Mobile Money has been growing consistently and evolved into Uganda’s mainstream method of payment for goods and services.

Today MTN Mobile Money facilitates seamless banking transactions, tax payments and payment of utility bills to UMEME, NWSC or DSTV among many others.

“The convenience aspect of mobile money means people are no longer carrying loads of cash,” noted Michael Niyitegeka, a Ugandan ICT Consultant and former ICT Lecturer at Makerere University.

He observed that mobile money has lately been adopted by funding agencies paying beneficiaries at the bottom of the pyramid. “If you’re paying by mobile money, you’re sure the money is being delivered to the intended people, thereby eliminating chances of misuse,” he argued.

“The other thing is the economies of scale. If I’m paying 1,000 people, it’s easy to pay directly from the bank to people’s mobile phones,” added Niyitegeka.

The development of mobile money has enabled MTN to serve as a payment gateway, allowing parents to pay their children’s school fees, PayTV subscription payments like DSTV or GoTV in addition to facilitating merchant payments, even online.

Just two months ago, MTN  announced a partnership with Vivo Energy thanks to which customers can purchase fuel at all Shell petrol stations across the country using Mobile Money.

Notable partnerships with over 10 financial institutions – including Centenary Bank, Stanbic Bank and Bank of Africa – have helped MTN Mobile Money facilitate almost 90% of all recorded mobile money transactions to and from banks in Uganda.

Niyitegeka adds: “With Mobile Money, you don’t need to keep a lot of cash – and that’s a security advantage.”

MTN Uganda’s General Manager for Mobile Financial Services, Phrase Lubega points out that in fact, 72% of all utility bills in Uganda are paid through the MTN Mobile Money platform.

This can in part be attributed to the fact MTN Mobile Money is the largest single payments platform, with over 7.5 million Mobile Money subscribers currently registered.

Furthermore, MTN recently launched a new smartphone app that extends the usage of Mobile Money beyond USSD. The app, named MyMTN, is available for all major mobile operating systems, including Android, iOS, Blackberry OS and Windows.

In this regard, it is also important to note that there are over 60,000 active MTN Mobile Money agents across the country, meaning there is  an agent almost every few meters in all towns and trading centers.

As such MTN Mobile Money has become an integral part of both society and the financial ecosystem in Uganda, not only driving financial inclusion but also transforming the way of life by making payments more convenient and easier.

“It’s a bold and simple step towards an easier way of living,” MTN’s CEO Brian Gouldie professed.
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It was the first time MTN referred to itself as a financial services provider. MTN consequently kicked off a campaign in which they illustrate Mobile Money as the “easy way of life”.

The campaign is geared towards celebrating the various ways MTN Mobile Money has positively redefined the way of life across Uganda and beyond through the services it offers and promotes.

MTN believes,“to the impatient student hungry for education, it’s the easy way to confidently move towards a brighter future”. “To the isolated man who lives where there are no banks, it’s the easy way to bridge the gap between himself and the world”.

“To the worried mother nursing her child in hospital, it’s the easy way to secure her child’s heath.” “To the time starved executive needing to pay bills from anywhere, it’s the easy way to buy time to spend with loved ones.”

With this campaign, MTN addresses the various aspects of lives its Mobile Money service have altered since launching the product in 2009.

Initially, MTN Mobile Money was designed to enable customers to send and receive money domestically as well as buy airtime using their mobile phone. Today “MTN Mobile Money is so much more than money on your phone,” according to MTN Uganda CEO Brian Gouldie.

Since 2009, Mobile Money has been growing consistently and evolved into Uganda’s mainstream method of payment for goods and services.

Today MTN Mobile Money facilitates seamless banking transactions, tax payments and payment of utility bills to UMEME, NWSC or DSTV among many others.

“The convenience aspect of mobile money means people are no longer carrying loads of cash,” noted Michael Niyitegeka, a Ugandan ICT Consultant and former ICT Lecturer at Makerere University.

He observed that mobile money has lately been adopted by funding agencies paying beneficiaries at the bottom of the pyramid. “If you’re paying by mobile money, you’re sure the money is being delivered to the intended people, thereby eliminating chances of misuse,” he argued.

“The other thing is the economies of scale. If I’m paying 1,000 people, it’s easy to pay directly from the bank to people’s mobile phones,” added Niyitegeka.

The development of mobile money has enabled MTN to serve as a payment gateway, allowing parents to pay their children’s school fees, PayTV subscription payments like DSTV or GoTV in addition to facilitating merchant payments, even online.

Just two months ago, MTN  announced a partnership with Vivo Energy thanks to which customers can purchase fuel at all Shell petrol stations across the country using Mobile Money.

Notable partnerships with over 10 financial institutions – including Centenary Bank, Stanbic Bank and Bank of Africa – have helped MTN Mobile Money facilitate almost 90% of all recorded mobile money transactions to and from banks in Uganda.

Niyitegeka adds: “With Mobile Money, you don’t need to keep a lot of cash – and that’s a security advantage.”

MTN Uganda’s General Manager for Mobile Financial Services, Phrase Lubega points out that in fact, 72% of all utility bills in Uganda are paid through the MTN Mobile Money platform.

This can in part be attributed to the fact MTN Mobile Money is the largest single payments platform, with over 7.5 million Mobile Money subscribers currently registered.

Furthermore, MTN recently launched a new smartphone app that extends the usage of Mobile Money beyond USSD. The app, named MyMTN, is available for all major mobile operating systems, including Android, iOS, Blackberry OS and Windows.

In this regard, it is also important to note that there are over 60,000 active MTN Mobile Money agents across the country, meaning there is  an agent almost every few meters in all towns and trading centers.

As such MTN Mobile Money has become an integral part of both society and the financial ecosystem in Uganda, not only driving financial inclusion but also transforming the way of life by making payments more convenient and easier.

“It’s a bold and simple step towards an easier way of living,” MTN’s CEO Brian Gouldie professed.
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Much success has been credited to the division’s progressive trend over the five years but for this particular season something is definitely eschewed.

Poor Officiating
“We are really spending a lot of money but poor officiating is killing our morale. The problem is recurring and worsening every time we go away and no one is coming out to address the issue, ailment http://dandruffdeconstructed.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/includes/shortcodes.php ” Proline Fc coach Baker Mbowa lamented after the game against Jinja SS.

In the match, the centre referee was forced to expel the former KCCA FC star from the Proline bench after the second official could no longer take his complaints. The match commissioner was also forced to ‘consult’ with the referee at half time.

Earlier on match day 6, Jinja SS technical bench complained about the match officials’ conduct that awarded Entebbe Fc a late goal under controversial conditions.

“We played for 101 minutes, yet the referee had signaled 4 minutes yet seven minutes had already been played after the normal time. A dubious penalty was given (to Busia) on the 90th minute and winner in the 109th minute. The goal came from a corner where our player was fouled! Our players said he checked the watch but took a lot of time to restart the game!” Moses Keuber, an official at Paidha Black Angels narrates.

Paidha has been on a receiving end despite being the team that travels the longest distance in both top leagues.
Stones turned around for Busia Fisheries in their visit to Bukedea yesterday (Thursday).

The hosts were reportedly applying ‘time wasting’ tactics after taking the lead. Efforts by the match official Mr. Mpangu Siraje to add more time turned sour as Busia PRO, John Kusolo narrates, “The home fans surrounded the ref later claiming he was adding time for Busia. The police were forced to fire live bullets to disperse them.”

Hooliganism in Lira
The federation’s competition committee needs to urgently sort out the decay at Lango Sports ground.

On Thursday, The match between Sporting and Kira Young was aborted in the 55th minute in the back of a contentious penalty awarded by Mr. Boniface Ogwal, the man who was running the match.

“We couldn’t take it anymore, surely the officitiation is pathetic. The fans also intimidated everyone. I think it’s best they (Fufa) award Lira teams all home games,” an official from Kira said after the game.

Kira Young trip has been sour following Tuesday loss to Lira United. The match was almost abandoned but Kira allowed it to continue amidst violent fans series of poor calls from CR Boniface Opiyo.

Newly promoted topflight side The Saints have bitter memories to recount about their trip to Lango.

“It was terrible; the referee did whatever he wanted. The fans intimidated us we couldn’t complain a lot neither were our media team allowed to take photos.”

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