PICTORIAL: Magogo applauds Ham for remarkable progress at Nakivubo stadium

FUFA President Magogo gestures a handshake with Businessman Hamis Kiggundi alias Ham on the artificial turf grounds at Nakivubo Stadium (Photo/FUFA)

Kampala, (UG): The Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) President, Eng. Hon. Magogo Hassim Moses, alongside the first vice president Mr Justus Mugisha and Executive Committee Member Mr Ronnie Kalema on Tuesday undertook a guided tour of Nakivubo Stadium.

Accompanied by State Minister for Sports Hon. Peter Ogwang, National Council of Sports Chairman Ambrose Tashobya, and General Secretary Dr Bernard Patrick Ogwel, among other officials, the purpose of the visit was to assess the latest developments at the stadium, which is nearing completion for public use.

Expressing his satisfaction with the ongoing developments, FUFA President Magogo extended gratitude to the developer, Mr Hamis Kiggundu alias Ham, for making substantial investments in creating a facility that meets international standards.

The nearly completed Nakivubo Stadium is poised to play a pivotal role in addressing the country’s sporting infrastructure challenges.

The president’s positive remarks underscore the importance of such endeavours in elevating Uganda’s position on the global sporting stage.

Businessman Hamis Kiggund (R) guides FUFA President Moses Magogo and other officials on a tour around Nakivubo Stadium (Photo/FUFA)

As the nation faces the challenges of meeting international standards, Nakivubo Stadium emerges as a beacon of progress, offering a solution to the long-standing infrastructure gap.

Mr. Kiggundu’s commitment to this project reflects a shared vision for a thriving sports culture in Uganda.

FUFA President Moses Magogo kicks a ball at Nakivubo Stadium as officials look on (Photo/FUFA)

Nakivubo Stadium’s imminent readiness signifies a turning point in the country’s sporting landscape, promising a venue that aligns with international benchmarks.

As Uganda continues to nurture its sporting talent and aspirations, the Stadium stands as a testament to the collaborative efforts between sports authorities and private developers.

The New face of Nakivubo Stadium

The guided tour not only highlights the progress made but also symbolizes a united front in overcoming the hurdles that have hindered the nation’s sports infrastructure growth.

The anticipation is palpable as Nakivubo Stadium nears completion, poised to become a hub for national and international sporting events.

President Magogo’s commendation echoes the optimism surrounding this development and sets the stage for a new era in Ugandan sports.

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