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Masaza Cup final will be fun-filled, says Kiberu

By Yekoyada Saaka

Added 1st October 2019 06:13 PM

The minister said the Kingdom has done a lot to make this final a successful one.

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the Kabaka launching Masaza Cup. File Photo

The minister said the Kingdom has done a lot to make this final a successful one.

 
 
Airtel Masaza Cup 2019
 
Saturday, 26th October
 
Final
 
Busiro v Bulemeezi
 
4 pm
 
3rd place
 
Buddu v Kyadondo
 
12:30 pm
 
Airtel Masaza Cup organizing committee has brushed away speculations that the final scheduled for 26 October between Busiro and 2012 champions, Bulemeezi is bound to flop because of Buddu and Ssingo’s absence in the final for the first time since 2015.
 
“There should not be any fear about the turn up during the final in Namboole, the stadium needs only forty thousand people to fill the stands, Buganda has eighteen counties, can all of them fail to raise the people to fill the stadium? it’s not about football alone that day, the Kabaka himself has honoured to be present that day,” wondered Buganda Youth and Sports Minister Owek: Henry Ssekabembe Kiberu.
 
The minister also added that much as the Kingdom has done a lot to make this final a successful one, about the final, all teams that participated are winners and it is mandatory for them to grace the event and attend.
 
“We as the organizing committee believe that every team that took part in the competition is victorious, thus we expect the Kabaka’s subjects from all eighteen counties to be at Namboole come that day,” confident Ssekabembe added.
 
About the absence of Buddu and Ssingo, Buganda’s strongest counties in size, population and resources in this year’s final, the minister expressed his joy not that he did not wish them to play in the final but a blessing in disguise especially for people who have always speculated that the organizing committee fixes the Buddu, Ssingo final to make money because of the mammoth crowds that flock Namboole for the finals.
 
“I am kind of relieved that all those that speculated false information about organizing Buddu and Ssingo to meet in the finals, now where are they?”, asked the minister.
 
Sulaiman Ssejjengo, the chairman organizing committee appreciated all the teams that have participated in the competition, he also noted that the Kabaka’s subjects have been united through those visits from one county to another.
 
“The competition has united kabaka’s people and we are proud that his dream goal is being realized,” Ssejjengo appreciated.
 

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