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Freehanded Moses Muhangi, UBF Give a Hand to Sports Journalists Running for Political Offices

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Altruistic Moses Muhangi’s Uganda Boxing Federation gave a hand to Sports journalists eyeing  various Political offices in the forthcoming 2021 elections.

The Federation President, philanthropist Moses Muhangi handed over  1000 posters  to each of the five candidates on Friday, the 18th December 2020 at Levels Lounge in Kamwokya.

Yusuf Nampala (radio Simba), Stuart Kimera (Super FM), Robert Wasswa Sebunya (Radio Sapientia), Francisco Bwambale (BBS TV) and Nsejjere Ssempijja (CBS FM) were the beneficiaries.

“As Uganda Boxing Federation, we have come out to give a hand to our partners/stakeholders who have been key in the development of the sports sector and now are contesting for various political positions in the country.

Our offer to  each is 1000 posters to boost their campaigns.” Its not  big but I believe its worthy.”
We wish them well and we will be delighted to see them win.”  Muhangi.

 

Muhangi further called upon National Council of Sport (NCS), Uganda Olympic Committee (UOC), other Federations and sports individuals to also give a hand to various Sports Journalists contesting for political offices.

“I call upon NCS, UOC, other Federations and sports individuals to help sports journalists running for political offices in next year’s elections. These are our own and we hope they will stand for the  sports industry in case they win their elections.” Muhangi.

Stuart Kimera, a sports presenter and soccer commentator at Delta TV and Super FM hailed Muhangi and UBF for the support.

“I thank the UBF President for the support and I strongly believe that it will help us win the elections next year. It has come at a right time when we badly needed it”

Muhangi is very altruistic and may God bless him. It’s currently though financially, but he is at our rescue as usual and we can’t take this minor.” Kimera.

Stuart Kimera, aka “Owe’bendobendo” eyes the Rubaga Lord Councilor seat. His electorate comprises of Rubaga and Ndeeba parishes.

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