The Kyabazinga of Busoga William Gabula Nadiope IV has revealed that he will take key interest in development projects of Busoga College Mwiri, promote talent and also encourage other people mainly of influence to support the school.

Kyabazinga made the remarks as he was Chief Guest at The Mwiri League Match Day 5 at Hilltop gardens in Naguru.

Being an old boy and a Muniga of Class 2002-2007, the Kyabazinga was hosted by Atletico Muniga FC, his team.

Clad in his Gabula 4 Muniga team jersey, the Kyabazinga arrived at the venue where the matches were being played from, at 3:00pm and was welcomed by Busoga Kingdom’s Chief of Protocol who is also the Iganga district Deputy RDC, Andrew Ntange.

While at the pitch, The Kyabazinga wore a Captain’s armband for team Atletico Muniga and later started the game between Atletico Muniga and Mpala teams by kicking the ball towards his teammate while in the centre.

He later left the pitch and handed over the Captain’s armband to Samson Kakoma Kakosi, the Captain and manager of team Atletico Muniga and proceeded to sit in his tent.

18 teams participated in several games on match day 5 but the 4:00pm game between Muniga and Mpala that the Kyabazinga kicked off ended in a 1-1 draw.

In his speech, the Kyabazinga thanked all sponsors of the league that were mentioned by the chairman of the league, Arthur Abaliwano. He was also happy to see different Old Boys from different cohorts at the event.

The chairman of the league, Arthur Abaliwano said that the goal for season 3 league is to see that they construct a modern Cricket Oval at Busoga College Mwiri.

Abaliwano said 18 teams participated in the season 3 league adding that 10% of subscriptions and what they receive from sponsors will go towards that goal.

He added that by the end of this year, they will have a modern Cricket Oval befitting of 19 time year champions in Cricket.   

Later, OBs enjoyed drinks and eats plus entertainment from local artists like Vampino, Vinka and Martha Mukisa.

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