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PRAU FUFA run ends successfully at Lugogo

It was a run organized by the Public Relations Association of Uganda (PRAU) in relation to every participant’s health.

FUFA led by its President Eng. Moses Magogo together with Uganda Cranes players were the main attractions of the show that started at NCS, Headquarters in Lugogo.

Different Generations of Uganda Cranes at the PRAU FUFA run on Friday at Lugogo. Savio Kabugo led the current crop of Uganda Cranes players while Hakim Magumba and Hassan Mubiru stole eh show as well.

The 10 km run drew runners from all walks of life including the members of PRAU.

Minister of ICT Hon Frank Tumwebaze was the Guest runner and he managed to complete the run with ease.

FUFA President Eng. Moses Magogo (M) took part and finished in a respectable position.

FUFA President who flagged off the runners then joined the race, beat off young and fit participants to finish in a respectable position.

Technical matters being discussed by FUFA Youth Development Officer Bashir Mutyaba (L) with Education Officer Jackson Nyiima during the PRAU FUFA run.

Uganda Cranes players Saidi Keni, David Owori, Albert Mugisa, Savio Kabugo and Nelson Senkatuka enjoyed the top positions during the race from start to finish.

All smiles after completing the race (L-R) FUFA Communications Manager Ahmed Hussein, Urban TV’s Thomas Muruka and SuperSport’s Usher Komugisha
Finance Director Decolas Kiiza put aside financial figures to run on Friday. He is seen in the picture running toe to toe with FUFA Competition’s staff Phoebe Kutamba.

The trio Keni, Owori and Mugisa were in the top three and won themselves Gift hampers that had Decoders and Dishes from event partners Kwese Free Sports.

FUFA Marketing Director Esther Musoke (L) also took part in the PRAU FUFA Run on Friday.

Former Uganda Cranes players Hassan Mubiru, Edward Kalungi and Hakim Magumba drew crowds around them as some runners confessed that they used to hear the stars on radios or read about them in the papers.

FUFA also made a presentation about the institution which was followed with a video showing all the highlights of activities for the past four years.

Albert Mugisa of Police FC and Uganda Cranes (L) receives his prize from Kwese Free Sports. In the Middle is PRAU President Cynthia Mpanga

The Patron of PRAU: Hon. Frank Tumwebaze

‘It has been a very wonderful race that has brought so many stakeholders together. I thank PRAU for putting up such a well organised event. From today onwards, I will frequently turn up for these runs’ said Minister Tumwebaze

PRAU President Cynthia Mpanga with the original Uganda Cranes jersey used by Farouk Miya during the AFCON 2017 Finals in Gabon. FUFA President presented the shirt to her at Lugogo.

‘Allow me to thank the FUFA President Eng. Moses Magogo for accepting our invitation to take part in the run. I believe the gathering today will take us much closer and get to know more about FUFA. It is not a day of politics or keeping on offices. We are here to improve our health’ added Tumwebaze.

FUFA President Eng. Moses Magogo addressing the media after the run.

FUFA President: Eng. Moses Magogo

‘It is a beautiful moment for all of us to come together and get involved in a run aimed at improving health. Sports needs fit athletes. We are happy that we brought our best commercial brand-Uganda Cranes to this event. Our partnership with PRAU will keep getting better. We look forward to working with PRAU once again in the future’

Minister of ICT and PRAU Patron Hon. Frank Tumwebaze (M) with the original Uganda Cranes jersey used by Joseph Ochaya during the AFCON 2017 Finals in Gabon. FUFA President presented the shirt to him at Lugogo.


PRAU President: Cynthia Mpanga

‘It is historic for PRAU that our Patron has attended his first ever run organized by the Association where he belongs. We know his schedules but his presence here has drawn many runners. We know this is just the start of his so many planned attendances for PRAU events’

FUFA Deputy CEO Humphrey Mandu (Extreme Left) showed his top notch fitness levels when he completed the 10km run.
A friend in need is a friend Indeed. FUFA President Eng. Moses Magogo giving a helping hand to Minister of ICT Hon. Frank Tumwebaze during the drills.
Stretching after the run

‘FUFA have been exemplary right from the day we invited them to take part in the race. The entire team at FUFA has shown top notch organization. Special recognition goes to the Uganda Cranes for accepting to take part in the run’

The Registration Desk did a commendable job


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