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FUFA Partners Nile special launch ‘Cranes Na Mutima campaign’

1st leg Qualifier (2nd round):

Sun 18TH May 2014

Madagascar Vs Uganda

3pm (Time in Madagascar, 2pm in Uganda)

Venue: Stade Rabemananjara – Mahajanga (Artificial turf)

One of Uganda Cranes official partners Nile special, have today launched a campaign dubbed ‘Cranes na Mutima’ that seeks to rally support for the national team in the forth coming 2015 AFCON Campaign that kicks off this Sunday when Uganda plays Madagascar.  The launch was held at the company’s headquarters in Luzira.

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It was attended by the entire Uganda Cranes squad nd team officials preparing for the Sunday fixture, FUFA President Moss Magogo, FIFA Instructor-for Communications and Marketing Emy Casaletti and officials from Nile Breweries.

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‘There is need to pick up our Cranes’ regalia and get behind teem’ said Nile special Sponsorship manager Isaac Sekasi.

‘We are aware of the heartache suffered by the nation following yet another nearly campaign last year. But this is our national team, We have to make a conscious decision to stick wit it no mater what happens. This is what we mean by Cranes na Mutima’ added Sekasi.

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In the campaign launched today, Cranes will tour three upcountry destinations and play exhibition games with regional sect sides. The regions earmarked include West (Mbarara), Est (Mbale) and North (Gulu).

FUFA president Moses Magogo welcomed the tour referring to it as the perfect channel to reach every Cranes fan and grant them the opportunity to interact with the national team.

‘The team needs this positive vibe as it prepares for the tough qualification campaign. The players need to know that the rest of the nation still has faith in the team’s abilities to qualify for he next Nations cup finals’ said Magogo.

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Magogo fuether did that the tour is one of the means of paying homage to the various regions that have massively contributed to the national team over the years.

Photos: all taken at Nile Breweries head quarters in Luzira

Photo credit: FUFA Communications Department







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