Massive fundraising drive prior to 2022 East Africa Games

Ndejje University management held a successful launch of the fundraising prior to the 12th edition of the East Africa University games in December 2022 (15th – 21st). Over 113,000,000/= was collected during the fundraiser at Rwenzori Ball Room, Sheraton Kampala Hotel on Thursday, 27th October 2022.

The prime minister of Uganda Rt.Hon. Robinah Nabanja was the chief guest, represented by the Government Chief Whip Hon. Denis Hamson Obua The prime minister made a humble contribution of Shs. 10,000,000 as Hon. Obua contributed Shs 2,000,000.

Other contributions:

Coral Coating Limited contributed Shs 50,000,000/=

Stanbic Uganda (Shs. 20,000000/=)

Interior Technologies (Shs. 5,000,000/=)

Ndejje University Guild Government (Shs 4,000,000/=)

Castle Knights Chess Club (Shs. 3,000,000/=)

National Water (Shs. 3,000,000/=)

Hon Amos Lugolobi (Shs 3,000,000/=)

Luweero & Rwenzori office (Shs. 2,000,000/=)

Uganda Martyrs University (Shs 1,500,000/=)

Joshua Cheptegei (Shs. 1,000,000/=)

Professor Barnabas Nawangwe (Shs 1,000,000/=)

Hon. Hassan Kirumira (Shs 1,000,000/=)

Dean Faculty Dr Milly Kwagala (Shs. 1,000,000/=)

Old Entebbe Young Football Club (Shs. 200,000)

Ndejje University Guild President Arnold Walugembe (Shs 100,000/=)

Higher Education Students Financing Board (Shs 100,000/=)

Nelson Mugenyi (Shs. 1,000,000/=)

Mandela (Shs. 100,000/=)

Twins Forum (Shs. 200,000/=)

Lawyers from Springs Advocates ($100)

among other pledges.


Others willing donors can pay online via MTN and Airtel by dialing *272*6# and following the prompts.

Event Countdown!!!

17th December 2022 -20th December 2022



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