Maroons FC, Centenary Bank enter partnership

first_imgCentenary Bank’s Michael Jjingo (second left) hands over a UGX 10m cheque to Maroons FC on Tuesday. (PHOTO/Courtesy)KAMPALA – Maroons FC and Centenary Bank have entered into a partnership worth UGX 10m.The deal was confirmed on Tuesday, 24th September after a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was signed between the two parties.It is believed to be a one-year partnership that will run until next year (2020).Centenary Bank General Manager, Michael Jingo handed over a dummy cheque of UGX 10m to the Commissioner General of Prisons at the Prisons’ head quarters board room.Speaking at the launch of the partnership, Jjingo praised Maroons FC for developing and grooming talents and thanked them for their partnership with Centenary Bank.“It is a pleasure to partner with Maroons FC and we are so grateful that the Prisons’ department has always been vital in developing talents, said Jjingo.“We at Centenary Bank are ready to contribute more as we continue to appreciate our partnership with the institution.”Also speaking at the event, Commissioner Byabashaija thanked Centenary Bank for their generosity.“Am very gratified for your generous offer of this sponsorship, noted Byabashaija.“We want to assure you that we shall strive to make this relationship mutually exclusive.The financial boost comes at a period when Maroons are enjoying their best start to a league campaign in ages.Douglas Bamweyana’s side are currently third on the standings having won three of their opening four games of the 2019/20 Uganda Premier league season.They will take on BUL FC in their next league fixture, on Tuesday 1st October at the FUFA Technical Center Njeru.Comments Tags: Bul FCCentenary BankDouglas BamweyanaMaroons FCUganda Premier Leaguelast_img

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