Yesterday at Panamera Football Grounds, the week’s long-awaited match between Ugandans on Twitter (UOT) against Top Bloggers Uganda took place. The game collected numerous top names in the digital and entertainment industries to witness the overall winner of the football match. The sports match was also a meet and greet affair as the Ugandan online community gathered for a get together football match.
After a long day of the football match filled with joy and tension , the game between the two ended in an 8:5 win favoring the Ugandans on Twitter.
Commenting about the match day results, Top Bloggers Head Coach Don Atungisa said he was happy about the result despite not being what they expected.
“I am happy with the performance of my players and I am sure the fans enjoyed the game. We are going to have more games coming up which will be opportunities for the team to improve and do better,” he said.
On her side, Top Bloggers team manager Florence Kakatshozi hailed the team for a “great effort against a tough team” promising they would come back stronger next time.
She thanked Jibu Uganda for the sponsorship package to both the Top Bloggers and UOT team which saw players and fans stay hydrated all through the event.
“Thank you Jibu Uganda for the partnership, we hope you will be on board for more Top Bloggers’ activities. We invite more brands interested in being part of future events to reach out to our logistics manager and see how they can partner with us,” she added.
Top Bloggers is a not-for-profit association uniting all Bloggers in the country with an aim of creating a social-economic impact. The association is made up of professionals in different fields including advertising, journalism, marketing, Arts, Diplomacy, Education, advocacy among many others.
It targets to become a force for consultation in matters regarding policy implementation and legislation in the country especially if the policies in question affect online activity directly or indirectly. Top Bloggers Uganda also wants to leave a mark on the lives of Ugandans through different activities that they plan to undertake once the country is fully opened which include; schools’ training, charity events, social gatherings, and many others as laid out in their annual events calendar