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Uganda Corporate League: Tug of war lightens up 6th Outing


Tug of war did light up the 6th outing of the Uganda Corporate League at the MUBS grounds in Nakawa.

As it always is, the 6th outing of this league was was no different from the Usual outings as it attracted a number of companies but like it was promised in the 5th outing the kids enjoyed themselves.

While company representatives were having fun playing the tug of war game which involved   different companies, the Kids were also playing their football.

But apart from tug of war and the Kids football the Cooperate League also continued with adult football, Volleyball and basketball as the main stay on the next outings.

The chairman of the Uganda Coperate League, Dennis Mbidde Ssebugwawo, was happy with turn up shared his gratitude;

“I would like to thank all the companies we work with to make this happen every last Sunday of the month”

“All the companies like Nile breweries, Pepsi who have supported us. Our aim here is to keep fit and healthy and we have tried to deliver to these companies”he said.

He went further and complimented on the different teams that come out and complain about some companies using ineligible people saying;

“We found a solution for this, we told the company that comes out with such a complait to go bring that athletes and shall get to know this person and punish the team”

“But since it the teams that bring these athletes it’s hard for them to come out and say a word”

In every outing there is assurance of having a new sporting experiences something that gives  variety to the corporates.

For years(since 2002, the Corporate League has brought a couple companies together that participate in different games with aims of improving people’s health, socialize and also sell their services or products.

The 7th outing league will return on the last Sunday of August at the same venue in Nakawa.

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