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Thursday, October 19, 2017 

Stanbic Bank contributes Ush 225M to MTN Marathon

Stanbic Bank’s Head Corporate and Investment Banking Edwin Mucai(Right), Chief Marketing Officer MTN Olivier Prentout (centre) and the MTN Manager corporate services Anthony Katamba pose for a photo after Stanbic Bank handed over its contribution worth UGX225 million towards the upcoming 2017 MTN marathon.


KAMPALA, UGANDA- Stanbic Bank Uganda, a partner and supporter of the MTN Kampala Marathon, has contributed UGX 225 million towards this year’s activity. 

The money will be used to combat the exposure of school going children to cancer caused by asbestos roofing in Kampala and improving maternal health services at Kiswa and Komaboga Health centres. 

The contribution was presented by Stanbic Uganda’s Corporate Investment Banking Head, Edwin Mucai during an official handover ceremony held at the Stanbic Bank Head Office. 

Mucai said, “Once again, we are extremely proud and excited to partner with MTN in what has become a world class event attracting fun runners and elite athletes from across the country and the globe. As a bank, we have supported the MTN Kampala Marathon since its inception and are proud to be associated with the various causes over the years which have supported the vulnerable in our communities.”

“Our objective as Stanbic is to build on the 14 years of success not only through our financial support but through the participation of our staff. I am pleased to announce that we contribute the largest number of runners from a single company with over 200 staff members who participate annually. We encourage the public to participate, run and support this noble cause.” Edwin added. 

Anthony Katamba MTN’s General Manager, Corporate Services thanked Stanbic Bank for its continued and steady support of the MTN Marathon over the years. 

He said, “We appreciate the partnership Stanbic Bank has provided through the years by proving shared effort is what’s needed to transform lives in our communities. This year’s proceeds from the Marathon will be used to fight cancer among children caused by asbestos and improve maternal Health services at Kiswa and Komaboga Health centres.”  

“We encourage and look forward to more numbers in supporting this cause.”  Anthony concluded.

 

 

By EABW REPORTER, Thursday, October 19th, 2017