MTN sinks over sh1b in KCCA FC

MTN sinks over sh1b in KCCA FC


The over sh1 billion package will support club activities for the next three years.

By Norah Mukimba
Telecommunications Company, MTN Uganda on Friday announced a three year landmark sponsorship deal towards KCCA Football Club activities.
Announcing this sponsorship, Chief Executive Officer Wim Vanhelleputte remarked, “Today we launch a partnership between two winning teams. MTN Uganda is therefore proud to sponsor KCCA FC sporting activities to the tune of over One Billion Two Hundred and Ninety Million Uganda Shillings (Sh1.290B) This will support club activities for the next three years. With this landmark partnership, we are of the strong belief that this will go a long way in strengthening the club activities and by default, the players’ welfare.”
As part of the package, KCCA FC will receive Sh430m per year as part of this MTN Sponsorship package.
Congratulating KCCA FC on its recent accolades in the Uganda Premier League, Wim added, “MTN as the number one telecommunications company identifies strongly with the success that you have achieved over the recent years. In our drive to make the lives of our customers better, we have similarly scored on many fronts this year from ensuring you have a robust network to connect with your fans and families, to the various innovations in MoKash, Mobile Money, Unlimited Internet, reduced internet bundles, Ayo insurance to mention but a few.”
We have a strong partnership with KCCA already as an institution, working jointly to support development of our city and this is evident in our construction of sanitation facilities from the MTN Kampala Marathon proceeds and more recently through MTN’s 21 Days of Y’ello Care where we invested in various KCCA schools in Lubiri and Bukoto.
The Executive Director, Kampala Capital City Authority Miss Jennifer Musisi lauded MTN’s support to KCCA FC. Noting that MTN’s continued support of the sporting sector continues to cement its reputation as a reliable partner in development of the city and its stakeholders. “Thank you for helping us in the transformation journey of Kampala and not tiring to partner with KCCA,” she concluded.