Fortebet Uganda gives out Gifts worth Millions

Fortebet Uganda gives out Gifts worth Millions

Fortebet Uganda has given back to the community with gifts worth millions of cash. The giveaway included 20 pieces of balls that were given to Zebra Football Academy at Kamwokya playgrounds. At the event, two lucky Fortebet clients that have active online accounts received new phones. According to the Fortebet Media manager, One of Fortebet’s goals in Uganda is having young talents well developed.

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“Gifts worth millions of money were given out by Fortebet last weekend in a bid to give back to the community, as usual. The giveaway included 20 pieces of balls that were given to Zebra Football Academy at Kamwokya playgrounds, a number of reflector jackets the bodaboda riders, t-shirts, jerseys, Fortebet masks, wristbands among others to Kisaasi residents.

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That was not all, two lucky Fortebet Uganda clients that have active online accounts got rewarded with new phones. While handing over the balls, Fortebet Media Manager, John Nanyumba said that “One of Fortebet’s goals in Uganda is seeing the development of young talents.

Fortebet Uganda gives out Gifts worth Millions
Fortebet registered clients online with active accounts receiving gifts

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It is from these talents that we shall get world stars. This is why we are giving out these balls.”Deo Kurora, the academy manager said, “This is so great. One of our challenges has always been a shortage of balls. This will ease our training job, and we can now spend on other academy needs since we are now okay with balls,” Fortebet Uganda posted.

Finally we urge you to stay vigilant about coronavirus. We therefore encourage you to practice the SOPs put in place by the Ministry of Health-Uganda.

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