Despite the heavy morning rains, the Corporate family showed up in full force for the highly anticipated second outing of the Corporate Games on Sunday, April 14th, 2024.

Determined and undeterred, the corporates from various companies braved the weather, ready to participate across three disciplines: Soccer, Basketball, and Volleyball.

As the rains poured down, transforming the fields into muddy battlegrounds, the spirit of sportsmanship only grew stronger.

Among the participants were notable Chief Executive Officers, embodying the ethos of leadership and teamwork both on and off the field.

In Volleyball, CEOs and Executives from different companies came together to spike, dive, and block their way to victory.

Joe Kigozi (Deputy ED of Next Media) engaged in volleyball | Credit: NBS Sport

Among them was Joe Kigozi (Deputy ED of Next Media), Dr. Andrew Ssekitoleko (the CEO St Francis Nsambya Hospital) with Dr Musaana Othiniel, Consultant and Gynecologist St Francis Nsambya Hospital who showed leadership on the court, and led their teams to victory with passion and determination.

Meanwhile, on the soccer field, Dr. Daniel M Talemwa – Executive Director TMR International Hospital, in his remarks, He commended Corporate Games Uganda for spearheading this remarkable initiative that fosters unity among companies through sports.

Dr. Daniel M Talemwa – Executive Director TMR International Hospital

Dr Talemwa also highlighted the games’ benefits, emphasizing their capacity to facilitate networking among corporations, promote physical fitness, and create social and business networks.

While concluding, he expressed his gratitude to Corporate Games Uganda for the partnership with them to provide medical attention to all the participants at the corporate games and officially kicked off the match between TMR International Hospital against Airtel Uganda.

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PKF Team with their CEO Sumesh D’Cruz

In other soccer games, Marcelin Bamwesigye, Assistant Commissioner of Immigration, Sumesh D’Cruz (CEO of PKF) and James Mugeni (GM Jesa Farm Dairies), with knack for strategy, rallied their teams through the rain-soaked pitches.

With each pass and shot, they deftly maneuvered past their opponents, showcasing the power of unity and coordination.

In the midst of games, bonds were created, and friendships were strengthened, as players from different companies cheered each other on and shared moments of sportsmanship and respect. The basketball court buzzed with excitement as teams battled it out for dominance. Players dribbled and dunked with intensity.

The Corporate Games continues to serve as a platform for teamwork, leadership, and healthy life within the corporate community.

The third outing will take place on March 12th, 2024, with Soccer, Tug of War and Netball slated as the featured disciplines.

Basketball action at the Corporate Games

Volleyball action during the second outing of the Corporate Games

Some of the Corporates during the warm up drills before the games

The Corporate Games present moments to network and refresh

Smiles during the Corporate Games

Companies that participated:

AIRTEL UGANDA
UGANDA AIRLINES
STATE HOUSE
JUDICIARY
UGANDA MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
PKF
UGANDA TOURISM BOARD
NATIONAL BUILDING REVIEW BOARD
MINISTRY OF INTERNAL AFFAIRS
SCD DARLING
JOINT MEDICAL STORES
UGANDA INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE
ARAMEX
TMR INTERNATIONAL HOSPITAL
NBS SPORT
TOTAL ENERGIES
ST FRANCIS NSAMBYA HOSPITAL
UGANDA HEART INSTITUTE
UEDCL
WELLI TRAVELNEC UZIMA
CNOOC
ROYAL MILK
JESA FARM DIARIES
EACOP
PRIVATE SECTOR FOUNDATION
CRESTANKS UGANDA
GALAXY FM
UGANDA SECURITY PRINTING COMPANY
CHLORIDE EXIDE
NATIONAL PLANNING AUTHORITY
UGANDA TELECOMMUNICATIONS LIMITED (UTL)
UGANDA BAATI LIMITED
HUMAN DIAGNOSTICS UGANDA
C CARE UGANDA
PWC
PEARL DAIRIES (LATO MILK)
C-CARE
LOTTERIES AND GAMING BOARD
RENE INDUSTRIES

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