By Hanning Mbabazi Gozanga
The Pan-African Pyramid Football Club (PAP FC) is in high preparations ahead of the much anticipated Kabira Country Club Corporate tournament slated this Sunday March 31 at Kabira Country Club Bukoto.
Andrew Irumba, the Founder and Speaker of the Pan African Pyramid (PAP) said Monday that it was not only about participation per se, but about winning the prize money as well as doing to for health reasons.
“I’m confident we have a well-built team ready to battle it out with the top guns in the tournament, especially the defending champion Prozone,” Irumba said.
A total of 20 companies with their corporate teams have confirmed participation in this second edition of Kabira Country Club Football Tournament.
Each team will be required to provide six members on the pitch and will be playing in four groups as aligned according to the draws that were carried.
PAP FC is in group B along with Premier Advertising, Hisense, Macos Legends and Top Bloggers Uganda.
The one -day tournament will take place at Kabira Country club. The winner will take Shs1,000,000 (One Million), first runners up Shs500,000 and the 2nd runners up Shs 300,000.
PAP FC is a football club formed by the members of the Pan-African pyramid. The club was formed to promote and support youth talents,but also enable networking with corporate companies.
It has also previously participated in the FUFA corporate League and won Accolades twice.
About The Pan-African Pyramid
The Pan-African Pyramid is an intellectual non-partisan discussion forum built on the Pillars of PAN-AFRICANISM, PATRIOTISM and NATIONALISM whose Ideal/pre-occupation is to REVIVE intellectual discourse among the youths with a bias of re-constructing our lost Pan-Africanism, patriotism and Nationalism Values and spirit.
We are a non-profit, non-racist organization fully registered in accordance with Ugandan laws and regulations.
PAP shows are broadcast live at Fairway Hotel, Kampala every Friday 5-9pm and a recorded version of the same telecast on TV every Sundays.
Topics are deliberately conceptualized to address deficiencies by filling in the perceived gaps in the levels of awareness to generate knowledge and solutions to African problems, first by Africans themselves. We do this without fear or favour.