adiposity geneva;”>MTN Uganda CEO, Mazen Mroue, who was present to receive the package in Namanve said that it’s good for two leading companies in their respective sectors to join hands for the goodwill of the community.
“We shall continue to work hand in hand with Rwenzori with no limitations. Thanks for the package. It will be of great importance in the MTN Marathon,” said Mroue.
Meanwhile, the marathon registration which was expected to close today (Wednesday), has been postponed to Friday by the organisers.
The MTN Kampala marathon which is slated for November 24 will be held under theme ‘Run for water’ after which proceeds will be injected in projects aimed at rebuilding lives.
The winner of this marathon in the 42kms will walk away with Shs14 m both in men and women but also winners in other race categories (21kms, 10kms) will also be awarded accordingly.