By Andrew Visper email@example.com
KAMPALA: MTN Uganda has extended their partnership with religious leaders in organizing prayer events as Uganda cross over into the year 2020.
This initiative is now in it’s 3rd year consecutive running while MTN contributing support towards organizing the faith based events and overnight prayers organized by various religious as they witnessed the close of 2019/every end year and usher in the new year.
While addressing the press conference at MTN offices Nyonyi Gardens Kololo, the senior manager, bland and communication Martin sebuliba said that in cerebrating and Thanksgiving for all the good we have achieved and the tribulations we have overcome I 2019, it’s the major reason why MTN is partner with religious faith based leaders.
“Kiwamirembe new year prayer cerebrations, Bishop Kiganda end of year cerebrations at old Kampala play field, Pastor Bugembe’s new year cerebrations in Nansana and the Passover cerebrations Namboole stadium, by Apostle Joseph Serwada, all are supported with 100 million Shillings” Said MTN manager Sebuliba.
” MTN Uganda, this year we have managed to give support to over 50 churches in the country depending on their need, we don’t only give away cash to those church but some requested for speaker and we able to give them because MTN knows what church does it’s not only customers but through their word of gospel, praise and worship they are doing a good job to the entire country” Added Sebuliba.
On behalf of the religious leaders headed by pastor Bugende called upon all other corporate companies to copy from MTN Uganda and start giving back to church in the way of appreciate the big work going on in all churches in Uganda.
“Other Corporate companies are blind, they haven’t yet seen, the church helped to change people’s life because they used to crossover the year in bars but least I thank God through church contribution people welcomed the new changes, let other companies join MTN might not be this year but still next year we need their help to push God’s work” Said Bugembe.