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Fortebet Gives Back To Entebbe Community Gifts Worth Shs10 Million

Fortebet, Uganda’s betting giant, over the weekend gave back to residents of Entebbe gifts worth Shs10 million.

The gifts included 40 life jackets that were donated to fishermen and other water users at Kigungu landing site in Entebbe. From the site, F0rtebet visited all its centres in Entebbe right from Abayit’ababiri to Kigungu, Nakiwogo and the three centres in the middle of the town and gave out new Techno phones, original European club jerseys, T-shirts, caps, pens and wristbands. To the bodaboda riders, Fortebet also donated to many quality life jackets to help them reduce the chances of getting involved in accidents, especially at night.

Musa Bulwadda, one of the life jackets recipients told us that, “I want to express my sincere gratitude to Fortebet. In less than a year, you are giving us these jackets for the second time. You have saved many lives with these jackets. Thank you and keep coming back.”

John Nanyumba, F0rtebet Media manager said that, “Giving back to Ugandans is part of Fortebet. We work within Ugandans and therefore they should directly or indirectly benefit from Fortebet.”

This weekend, Fortebet will give back to Kyotera, Kalissizo, sanje, Mutukula and Kasensero. Be there, do not miss!

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