Eight more companies join VU, Premier Recruitment to sponsor Jinja “Sexy Speed” Rally

Victoria University is giving 60% bursary to students who will be assessed during the rally championship

KAMPALA, UGANDA: The Motor Sports Africa Club (MOSAC) has unveiled eight more companies including MOVIT and Lato Milk who have now joined as co-sponsors of this year’s Seventh (7th) Edition of the Federation of Motorsport Rally Championship, dubbed ‘Sexy Speed Rally’.

These were unveiled on Tuesday, November 16, 2021, at a function held at the Uganda Olympic Committee (UOC) headquarters in Lugogo, Kampala.
The new eight co-sponsors now join Victoria University and Premier Recruitment who were unveiled last Friday as the  MAIN SPONSORS as MOSAC officially launched the Sexy Speed Rally championship.

The other two companies unveiled today alongside Movit and Lato Milk were; Marine Time Company Limited, and Fire and Safety Appliances Limited.

Movit Products hands over a dummy cheque of Eight Million Shillings and gift hampers to MOSAC Rally team (Photo: Daily Express)

The remaining four new co-sponsors of the Sexy Speed Rally according to the organizers will be unveiled tomorrow (Wednesday, November 17, 2021) in Jinja where another function to sensitize the rally fans and drivers on safety will be held. 

Lato Milk representatives handing over a dummy cheque of Ten Million Shillings towards the sponsorship of MOSAC Sexy Speed Rally (Photo: Daily Express)

MOSAC in a press statement released applauded the new companies especially Movit and Lato for choosing to come on board to support the rally as co-sponsors which boosts the motor sporting activity in the country.

“Today’s launch brings on board Movit Products Limited, which has for the last 20 years, proudly stood for beauty, innovation, confidence, optimism, and, above all, for women. Their activities since inception have revolved around manufacturing and distributing quality body, hair care, and baby care products,” reads in part the press release.

The Sexy Speed Rally is scheduled to take place on November 26th and 27th in Jinja City.

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Some of Gorgeous and Bootiful Ladies to represent at the Sexy Rally Championship in Jinja, come November 26

The Ministry of Health will join the Rally as Partners of the Federation of Motorsport Rally Championship and Mosac; to conduct free COVID-19 vaccinations.

The Rally and all its related pre-event activities are also being held, under strict adherence to the Standard Operating Procedures, as set by the Ministry of Health.

Scholarships, free passports on offer

Things you can’t afford to miss at the Jinja Sexy Speed Rally, Courtesy of Victoria University

As a way of giving back to the people, Victoria University will offer bursaries (with a 60% tuition deduction) to students who will be assessed, a week to the rally. Also, Premier Recruitment, Uganda’s leading labor recruitment agency said whoever registers with Premier Recruitment to travel and work abroad, between November 21st to 26th, will be helped to secure a Passport at no cost.

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Victoria University is the country’s fastest-growing and innovative university, benchmarked on international standards, with global solutions; where training and assessment of students are grounded in work placements; right from the time, they join.

Mr. Rajiv Ruparelia, one of the Directors of the Ruparelia Group says, “We will be offering scholarships and free passports to people, as a way of giving back to the population. Whenever we support someone we know we have supported hundreds of other people, who will go through his or her hands. Don’t miss this opportunity to benefit from these offers.”

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