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Fan as Nile Breweries launches World Cup campaign

Sports fanatics and journalists were Thursday hosted to a fun-filled event at the Nile Breweries offices in Luzira.

The deal was for the guests to witness the launch of a World Cup Campaign dubbed Tulumbe Russia courtesy of Nile Breweries Limited under Nile Special, their flagship brand.

At the event that kicked off at 6pm, beer which was strictly Nile Special was on the house for everyone that made their way to the venue, for those that do not drink alcohol settled for soda that was also on the house and not forgetting, there was also food for the guests.

The evening that was hosted by KFM Sports presenter Patrick Kanyomozi and Sports analyst Andrew Kabura started off with challenges like juggling, penalty shoot outs and a sports quiz where winners walked away with prizes like the Kwese TV decoder whereas others went home with a Kwese decoder.

Later on, singer Ykee Benda performed all his songs and also the new World Cup song that he was contracted to record.

For every beer that was given to the guests, they were told to send the codes from the bottle tops to 8008 and the lucky winner at the end of the event won a fully paid trip to go and watch the world cup in Russia.


After launching the campaign, activation will go on in different places where Ugandans will win prizes like a paid expense trip to go and watch the world Cup in Russia in June.

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