Mogas Uganda has for the last years been doing corporate social responsibility by giving back to communities and their consumers.
Recently they launched a boda boda welfare club that will see engagements by motorcyclists in and around Kampala get safety materials, oil amongst other items that will enhance their standards of working with high quality safe gears.
With the popular Mogas Sentry 4T that is suitable for boda bodas, Mogas opted to give back to Mulago hospital under the department of orthopaedic where they offered five million shillings to patients that were affected by accidents.
The Mulago hospital public relations manager Enock Kusasira acknowledged and applauded the efforts of Mogas for helping to reach out to the patients.
Mogas brand ambassador Golola Moses gave a smile to the patients with his funny jokes before cautioning motorcyclists to stop over speeding, wear helmets and follow traffic rules.
Emirates appoints new Country Manager in Uganda
Emirates has appointed John Gemin as its new Country Manager for Uganda.
Mr John, whose appointment was effective from December 17, 2018, is now responsible for Emirates’ overall business in Uganda, overseeing sales and service functions for the airline’s passenger, cargo, management and airport operations and reports directly to Orhan Abbas, Emirates’ Senior Vice President, Commercial Operations Africa.
Mr John holds a bachelor’s degree in International Business and Management Studies obtained from the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences in Amsterdam. He has worked with Emirates for four years, during which time he served as Business Analysis Manager within the Commercial Operations covering mainly the Latin American markets.
Commenting on his appointment, Mr John said: “I am honoured and very excited to be leading the Emirates operations in Uganda. I look forward to working with our local team of dedicated and talented staff to ensure Emirates growth and continued success in the market.”
Customers travelling on Emirates can look forward to world class service and hospitality from the airline’s multi-national cabin crew, including Ugandan nationals, while enjoying complimentary gourmet meals and beverages. Emirates also offers over 4,000 channels of on-demand audio and visual entertainment on its award-winning ice system, from the latest movies, music and games.
Civil engineer wins 39,449,025 UGX with 1,000 UGX stake to become betPawa Uganda’s first BIG winner of 2019
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Lucky subscribers and agents win millions in new Airtel promo
With the New Year beckoning, Airtel Uganda has handed over millions in cash prizes to over twenty lucky subscribers and agents in the second cash handover ceremony of the ‘Beera Millionaire ne Airtel Money’ promotion.
Launched in December this year, ‘Beera Millionaire with Airtel Money’, will run for 90 days and is set to reward all customers that carry out a financial transaction such as Cash In, Cash out, P2P, Recharge Airtime or Data, Bank to Wallet, Wallet to Bank & Bill Payment in a single day, as well as all active financial transacting agents.
During the handover, a business lady, photographer, journalist and electrician, all from Kampala were joined by a teacher from Mbale, a farmer from Mukono, a trader from Mityana, a driver from Kakiri, a mobile money agent from Kawempe and many other winners to celebrate as they received their cash from the Airtel Uganda’s Head of Revenue Planning Mr. Michael Lukyamuzi.
“As a brand, we are committed to changing lives of Ugandans regardless of location, occupation or socio-economic class and this promotion is making this commitment a reality. Some of the winners here today transacted for as little as ten thousand shillings and now they have become millionaires,” Lukyamuzi remarked.
“I encourage everyone to spread this good news. Inform your family and friends to keep transacting using our platform and change your lives,” he concluded.
As part of the ongoing promotion, all participating customers and agent numbers will be uploaded into a randomizer to pick the lucky winners. Five lucky customers will win 1 million shillings each (5 million shillings daily, 1 million for each) and 1 lucky customer will win 10 million shillings in the weekly grand draw. 1 lucky agent will stand a chance to win 1 million shillings daily and 1 lucky agent will win 1 motorbike in the weekly draw.
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