Namibia’s Nandi Netumbo wowed by Nakivubo revamp, invites Ham to build world class stadium in her country

Namibia’s Dr. Nandi Ndaitwah Netumbo with Tycoon Hamis Kiggundu at Nakivubo

Kampala, (UG): The Deputy-Prime Minister of Namibia, Dr Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah has invited businessman Hamis Kiggundu alias Ham to build to build a world-class stadium for the country, just as he has done in the reconstruction of Uganda’s Nakivubo War Memorial Stadium.

Nandi, who is set to become the ruling party’s first female presidential candidate this year hailed the tycoon for the work done in realizing such an advanced world-class stadium in Uganda and urged him to also visit his country and uplift the sports sector with the same class of facility.

Mr. Kiggundu who built the new Nakivubo Stadium with only African input right from financing to engineering thus Africans can effectively develop Africa revealed the exciting news in a post via X.

“It was such a pleasure hosting Hon Dr Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah -Ndaitwah the first female Nambian president in waiting … She was so impressed by the Nakivubo stadium project and invited me to do the same in Namibia,” Kiggundu posted.

Against that backdrop, Kiggundu is now set to export his entrepreneurial knowledge in the sports sector to Namibia, where he will build the second national stadium for Africa in Namibia.

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Inside the new Nakivubo Stadium

The new Nakivubo stadium which has been cleared to host matches for AFCON 2027 is a world-class stadium fully equipped with modern gyms, training facilities for sportsmen and women, offices, and a health facility that provides required first aid and basic medical attention before evacuation.

Also known as the Hamz Stadium, the facility is also blessed with a modern basketball court, netball court, a boxing ring, first-class sitting areas for VVIP with self-contained Executive boxes, VIP and ordinary sitting, hostels for players and delegates in residence.

The Stadium has a standard-size football pitch approved by a team from the Confederation of African Football, which visited the site recently before AFCON 2027 approval.

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It is now time for Africans to patriotically develop their motherland with reason based on reality and God’s blessings as the guiding factors.

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