FORTEBET CELEBRATES EASTER IN FORTPORTAL, BUNDIBUGYO IN STYLE

BY: Eyalama In News, Sports On

It was a colourful Easter celebration for hundreds of people in Fortportal, Bundibugyo and Nyahuka after Fortebet ‘showered’ them with lots of exciting gifts.

It all started at Nyahuka-near Uganda-DRC boarder where Fortebet gave out Techno phones, club jerseys, T-shirts, caps, bodaboda reflector jackets among others. The same was also done at Bundibugyo and Fortportal. Fortebet also donated balls to Kambugu Primary School, handed over to the headmistress, Christine Alinaitwe.

The gifts were given out by Fortebet’s Media Manager, John Nanyumba. “There is no better way to celebrate this year’s Easter than this.

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We have been here before and we promise we shall always come back and appreciate you, even after Easter is gone,” Nanyumba said while speaking to clients at Nyahuka shortly before the gifts’ handover.

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This weekend, Fortebet will appreciate its punters in Kanyanya, Mpererwe and Kiteezi.

Be there and win, don’t miss!

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