SafeBoda partners with Uganda Rugby Club as official transport partner

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Leading transportation company SafeBoda has announced it’s partnership with clubs afflicted to the Uganda Rugby Union (URU) as the official transport partner for the 2023/24 season.

SafeBoda will offer discounted rides to players as well as to fans who come to watch the weekend rugby games. This was revealed at the press briefing held at Legends in Lugogo.

SafeBoda will offer discounted rides to players

Kampala Old Boys (KOBS), Impis Rugby Club and Warrior Rugby Club are the clubs whose players will be benefiting from the partnership.

“We are excited to partner with the Uganda Rugby Union and support their efforts to promote rugby in Uganda. At SafeBoda, we are committed to providing safe, affordable and reliable transportation solutions to our customers. This partnership is an opportunity to showcase our mission of empowering different communities to thrive and contribute to the growth of sports in Uganda, starting with Rugby.” Said Ricky Rapa Thomson the co-founder of SafeBoda

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Ricky Rapa Thomson, Co-founder SafeBoda
“SafeBoda supporting these clubs as the official transport partner for the 2023/24 season is a significant milestone for the Uganda Rugby Clubs,” said Isaac Lutwama Nsubuga, CEO of the Uganda Rugby Union.
“We are excited to work with SafeBoda to promote rugby in Uganda and support our local com
“This partnership will help the clubs provide convenient transportation solutions for their players and community,” added Lutwama.

Andrew Ikopit (KOBS) believes this is exciting news for the fans

“Our fans are looking forward to using safeboda as their recommended transport means.” Said Ikopit

The partnership agreement between SafeBoda and the rugby clubs will involve coordinated content and branding, alongside promotion of all parties ongoing campaigns. The partnership is a longterm commitment to supporting the growth and development of rugby in Uganda.

SafeBoda offers Boda and car hailing services in Kampala Metropolitan region.

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