They made this announcement on Wednesday, September 14 at the district headquarters in Wakiso district. Both parties signed an initial five-year agreement to seal the new partnership.
In the signed pact, the District Chairperson automatically becomes the club patron and will appoint two people to the club’s board.
Matia Lwanga Bwanika, the now new club patron and his council witnessed the signing in addition to the Purple Sharks CEO Sula Kamoga.
CEO Kamoga described the moment as a historical one as they got another partner onboard. He said the partnership will turn Wakiso Giants into a force to be reckoned with.
“As a district, we have agreed with Wakiso Giants to be our club. For all residents of Wakiso district, we inform you that this club has now become part of our identity that shows we exist. We pledge to do everything in our powers to support the club and also make it one of the best in the country,” Matia Lwanga Bwaniika (club Patron) said
He also revealed that the partnership will aid in talent promotion in the area. They will also have a team to identify with just like it happens around the world.
Wakiso Giants earned promotion to the top tier in 2018/19 and host their games at Kabaka Kyabaggu stadium, Wakiso. It is located just four kilometers from the district headquarters.
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