NIRA, Parliament bond in Friendly game

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David GOMBE

The National Identification and Registration Authority (NIRA) and the Parliament of Uganda faced off in a friendly football match that was held at the Philip Omondi Stadium in Lugogo on Friday.

The Ugandan Parliament team won the game 3-1.

The match served as an opportunity for both organizations to build relationships while showcasing NIRA’s registration services.

On the same day, NIRA provided registration services, including national ID registrations, NIN registrations for minors including just born babies, and civil registration services such as birth and death registrations.

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“As a young entity we are trying to have a stakeholder engagement. We are to continue have such engagements both in the public and private sector. We urge everyone who is yet to register to do the needful because you might miss out on several services in the country without a national identity card. Said Agatha Mutenyo the director finance and administration, NIRA

Mutenyo with sports Journalist Martin Kaddu

 

Hon. Asuman Basalirwa also believes NIRA will yield more from the initiative

“We welcome their initiative, they offer many services which are largely known. If they begin committing with institutions like Parliament and move out to communities, the public will get to know more about them and their services.” Said Basalirwa

Hon. Muhammad Nsereko, Hon.Kayemba Solo, Geoffrey Lutaaya and Asuman Basalirwa were some of the members of Parliament who took part in the game.

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The Manager of Public Relations and Corporate Affairs, Mr. Osborn Mushabe, along with a team comprising Senior Registration Officer- Central, Mr. Darius Turyahikayo, Martin Kasibante, Richard Rwamasika played a vital role in organizing the event on behalf of NIRA among others

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