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NARA Promotionz breaks record in Bombo barrack as first lady pays all boxers

By Kabuye Ronald

Nara promotionz a boxing event organizing and promotion company has broken record in Bombo Military Barrack playground after gathering over 3000 revelers to watch the boxing event on Friday evening.

It is the first time in the history of boxing games in Uganda for the Bombo Military playground to get such huge turn up.

Musa Ntege (Uganda) knocked out against Imani Daudi Kawaya

On the same event, the first lady and also the minister of education and sports Janat Kataha Museveni through her ministry she paid all the boxers who participated in the event with cash of 10,600,000 Uganda shillings.

In the same way, the chief of defense forces Gen. Wilson Mbadhi donated one million shillings as a token of promoting boxing in the military before pledging to offer them more support.

Babu Hussein Lubowa, the director for NARA Promotionz thanked the fighters for exhibiting great skills, the funders and the supporters that turned up in such a huge number.

“I would like to thank the Minister for education and sports,Cdf, Wazalendo, tagy tv Metrofm & Uzima water and the supporters for turning up in huge numbers” said a jolly Babu

He assured the public that he is more than ever to promote the game of boxing to greater strives.

Winners and losers in the fights;

Main Fight

Sgt Abdul Ssebute (uganda)  defended his bantam weight title with a TKO in the first to retain his East &Central Africa Boxing Union belt against vs Hajji Juma Mwalugo (Tz)

Musa Ntege (Uganda) knocked out Imani Daudi Kawaya from Tz in the 7th round and he also retained his E&C/A.B.U in cruiser weight category

Sgt Abdul Ssebute (uganda) defending his bantam weight title in a white shorts against Hajji Juma Mwalugo (Tz) in Blue shorts

Under cards

Kabali Masembe Joseph was stopped by Ivan KATANTAZI in the 3rd which was slotted for 4 rounds

Mutaka Moses(updf) won his debut fight on points against Kambagire Ivan 

Moses Ssenyonjo defeated Ryan Lawrence Safar on points

Sabbath mark stopped Ngobi Shalifu in the third round.

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