Huawei infuses Shs250M in the 2019 MTN Marathon. Chines innovation Company, Huawei Uganda has infused shs250 million in the current year’s MTN Marathon set for one month from now.
The during a capacity held at Huawei Uganda central station at the Cube building, Kisementi in Kampala on Tuesday morning, the announcement came to its approval.
“The issue of maternal passings can be understood in the event that as a whole add to this incredible reason. Therefore, we can make Uganda a superior spot for pregnant moms. This discloses our sponsorship to the MTN Kampala Marathon,” said Huawei Uganda Managing Director, Liu Jiawei.
He noticed that if different organizations and people can think of comparable signals and support the MTN Marathon. However, they can help add to changing the lives of numerous Ugandans.
The Chief Marketing Officer for MTN, Sen Somdev hailed Huawei Uganda for joining forces with them during the Kampala Marathon.
“The thing the MTN Marathon kept running for justification, such accomplices like Huawei get it going. Similarly, we have had the option to have a colossal effect on the lives of numerous networks. As 16 years the long-distance race has been going on and we would like to keep doing as such,” Somdev said.
He said that in the previous 16 years of the MTN Marathon. However, over shs2 billion has been gathered and infused into networks to cook for the improvement of their employments.
“Supporters like Huawei oughta praise for making it handy for us to offer back to the frameworks in Uganda. These little drops by support make the sea.”
The 2019 Version of the MTN Kampala Marathon is on this Sunday. In addition, it will be November 24 at Kololo freedom grounds and the provincial keeps running in Soroti, Arua, and Masaka individually.
The current year’s version of the long-distance race which is the sixteenth. Therefore, it will take place in the zones of Bugolaabi, Nakasero, Namuwongo and Jinja Road.
Sprinters will take interest in the full long-distance race (42km), half marathon(21km), 10km race and the 5km wheelchair race.