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Wool Betah Souljah joins Uganda Youth Convention UK list

Singer Wool Betah Souljah has been confirmed as one of the performers for the forth coming Uganda Youth Convention UK 28.

The ‘Gogolo’ singer said he is excited about performing at the event and promised to do his best come May 26th at Royal Regency Hall, Manor Park London. The list of performers for the annual youth gathering keeps getting interesting daily.

The convention will take place at Royal Regency Hall, Manor Park 501 High Street North Manor Park London E12 6TH. The ‘Gogolo’ star has promised the biggest performance on the night at the After Party.

The Uganda Youth Convention UK 2018 is a unique grass root organization that is going to provide counselling support services to the young youth from the Diaspora community.

Holiday youth camp (Young to youth holiday camp) where the youth will stay for holidays and be taught a lot of activities like sports, vocational studies. Computer literacy, and various camping and other domestic chores.

Gates open from 9:00am to 6:00pm then after to the event from theatre till 4:00am.

Entrance fee is £30 and VIP at £50. Registration is ongoing now through their website http://ugandayouthconventionuk.org/

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COPA Coca-Cola’s Kawooya to travel to Cape Town for World Cup Trophy Tour

Dynamic S.S striker Andrew Kawooya will be part of the 12-man team that will travel to Cape Town on 4th March 2018 to take part in the World Cup Trophy Tour activities and return to Uganda on 5th March with the coveted prize.

Kawooya displayed unmatched talent during the 2017 COPA Coca-Cola tournament, specifically in the Mukono region qualifiers final which saw Dynamic S.S thrash Namagabi S.S 3 – nil. Dynamic met their end in the 2017 championship when they lost to St. Mary’s Kitende in spot kicks that ended 4 – 3.

COPA Coca-Cola is held in more than 60 countries with the aim of creating the world’s largest and most inclusive football grassroots program. It currently has over one million participants annually and in Uganda, former COPA Coca-Cola players make up more than 50% of Uganda’s national football team, the Uganda Cranes.

According to the Coca-Cola Uganda Brand Manager Ms. Miriam Limo, this trip is very important, especially to talented and young football players, such as Kawooya.

“We believe such an experience will encourage and motivate the young Ugandan youth football players to excel in sports and aim to play at the world’s most prestigious sporting event in the future,” she commented.

She said Kawooya along with the rest of the team will leave on 4th March and return on 5th March with the trophy. They will also take part in the different activities in the course of the 2-day Trophy Tour visit to Uganda.

Nicholas Muramagi, the National Council of Sports general secretary thanked Coca-Cola for their unequaled investment in Uganda grassroots football.

“The ripple effect of taking a COPA player to Cape Town for the Trophy Tour activities will be felt for years to come. The opportunity given to Kawooya will motivate the rest of the players to excel not only in their football career but also in their academics,” he commented.

“Just being on the same plane with the original World Cup Trophy is more than I ever dreamt of. Thank you Coca-Cola – this is something I will treasure for the rest of my life,” exclaimed Kawooya.

As part of the Trophy Tour activities in Uganda, more than 5 COPA Coca-Cola teams will get an opportunity to take pictures with the World Cup Trophy at the public viewing in Lugogo Cricket Oval on 6th March 2018.

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