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FUFA CSR: Baba fm’s Chief News Editor Rev. Nelly Nelson Otto says giving comes with blessings

FUFA Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Activity; Collection of clothes and other items

Collection centres;

  • FUFA House in Mengo

  • Baba Fm in Jinja

  • 1st Leg semifinals; 8th June, 2016 Nakivubo-KCCA FC vs Vipers, In Entebbe-Bugonga grounds; Entebbe FC vs Onduparaka

  • 2nd leg semifinals; 12th June 2016 Buikwe Vipers vs KCCA FC, Green Light play ground Onduparaka vs Entebbe FC

  • Uganda Cup final at Nakivubo on 18th June, 2016

The date for the Uganda Cup final is drawing closer  but teams need to negotiate the semifinals to be played over two legs starting on Wednesday 8th June, 2016. However another important activity is attached to this year’s competition played on the knock out basis.
With the fans clearing their voices on whom to cheer in the last four stage and eventually in the final on 18th June at Nakivubo stadium, FUFA has engaged the communities in regard to the Corporate Social Responsibility( CSR) that has already attracted a lot of attention from the public.
Members of the public were requested to make communities happy through football by donating clothes and other items that will be given away to a Charity Organisation called Missionaries of the Poor based in Kisenyi.
On Tuesday morning Chief News Editor at Baba fm Rev. Nelly Nelson Otto delivered his contribution at the Radio’s main office in Bugembe. Baba FM is media partner with FUFA in this cause.
Chief News Editor at Baba fm Rev. Nelly Nelson Otto with the station’s senior sports presenter Nicholas Kalanzi (L).
‘Giving is one of the cardinal principles for Christians. The bible says there is a blessing in giving than receiving.   I am responding and being obedient to the word of God.  I realize that there is quite a number of people out there who assistance. Let us not wait for other people to carry out this exercise’ noted Rev.  Otto
Otto becomes the second person to the Minister of Foreign affairs in Obwa Kyabazinga Bwa Busoga Owek. Joan Machora to submit in over 50 clothes as a way of responding to the the noble cause of helping the unprivileged at the Baba fm collection centre in Eastern region.
Baba FM’s Nicholas Kalanzi received the donation from Busoga Kingdom Foreign Affairs Minister Joan Machora last week.
FUFA partnered with Baba fm to solicit for  clothes, belts, bags, shoes, toys and other items
The clothes will be handed over to Missionaries of the Poor Good Shepherd in Kisenyi Kampala a Non Government Organization (NGO) looking after the needy people in the region where the final of the Uganda cup will be held.
Meanwhile FUFA staff also continued to support the cause.
FUFA President’s PA Sumaya Kiwanuka in full support of the CSR activity
FUFA Competitions is also heavily represented by Sarah Birungi who donated clothes on Monday
 MAIN PHOTO: Chief News Editor at Baba fm Rev. Nelly Nelson Otto with the station’s senior sports presenter Nicholas Kalanzi (L).
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