As usual, the tour started with a give back to the community, specifically donating food and a range of home-use items to Nazareth Childrens’ home, a home that takes care of orphans and abandoned children from Masaka and beyond.
Fortebet and Muhangi then proceeded to Kasana-Nyendo Playground where the battle for the champions took place. Six teams representing Fortebet branches then battled out in knockout encounters until the victors, Masaka center branch emerged.
The victors took on Muhangi’s team, in a match that was full of class, physics and talent showoffs.
These victors were prized with 500,000/=, footballs and club jerseys. The second placed team was also prized with 300,000/=, balls and jerseys while the other 4 teams were given a cash facilitation, jerseys and balls.
In similar news by NEWSLEXPOINT.com, it was joy as Fortebet donated to the needy St. Francis Rehabilitation Centre-Soroti Led by the company’s brand ambassador, Alex Muhangi and the media manager, John Nanyumba.
Fortebet donated lots of daily-use items sugar, rice, posho flour and scholastic materials among many others items to St. Francis Rehabilitation Centre in Soroti, a center that takes care of needy children.
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