Wakiso Giants to become Uganda’s best club – Kamoga

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Matugga-based charges to kick off their 2020/21 UPL campaign against Police FC

Wakiso Giants CEO Sula Kamoga has stated that the management has worked hard to strengthen the club and make it the best in Uganda.

The manager spoke at the unveiling of Ward Wizard Company’s new USh 200 million sponsorship. The CEO welcomed the deal which he believes will help the team continue to improve in the Ugandan Premier League.

“We have come a long way, but we promise to always move in with you as a family.” Kamoga said.

“You have stayed with us during the difficult times during the lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic.

“We have worked on streamlining and strengthening the club in our quest to become the best club in the country. We are grateful for the partnerships we already have and we want to grow even more.”

“We revealed a new sponsor, Ward Wizard Uganda. They have chosen to join us in a partnership that will see Ward Wizard become our shirt sponsor for next season.”

Ward Wizard CEO Nirav Shar went on to explain how the company will benefit after partnering with Top Uganda.

“It’s a great story for our association with the Wakiso Giants. It started with introductions from [Wakiso chairman] Hassan Lule and since then it has been a smooth process of negotiations, “said Shar.

“We believe that our association with the club will be of great importance to our brand and goals given the ambition of the club and a legion of supporters.”

The sponsorship will come in packages, and the team will receive $ 50 million on a quarterly basis.

The Purple Sharks are set to kick off their 2020/21 league campaign with a tough game against Police FC. The administrative side won both games last season by an identical score of 2-1.

The Ugandan Premier League officially kicked off on Thursday December 4 and 13-time champion KCCA FC made a trip to Matugga to play Bright Stars FC.

Brian Aheebwa and Samuel Ssenyonjo hit home for the visitors and Joseph Akandwanaho got the comfort of the hosts.

It was sweet revenge for the Kasasiro Boys who lost the reverse game last season by the same margin.

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