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Masaza Cup Final: Tickets officially hit market

David GOMBE

The 2021 Masaza Cup Final tickets have officially hit the market ahead of epic contest between Buddu and Buwekula on Saturday at the St.Mary’s Stadium in Kitende.

Ordinary tickets are for Shs20,000 and Shs50,000 for VIP

The Minister for Youth, Sports and Recreation in the Buganda Kingdom Henry Ssekabembe Kiberu officially confirmed the development.

“The preparations for the climax of the 2021 Masaza Cup are in high gears.” Tickets have officially hit the market at various selling centres.” I call upon fans to buy their tickets early enough to avoid inconveniences.”

Owek.Ssekabembe also confirmed that they are to follow the Covid SOPs and assured the fans about security

“We are to follow the Covid SOPs during the finals. I can also assure the fans of security but above all security starts with you as an individual, so let everyone take the responsibility.”

Stated Ssekabembe

Buwekula beat three time competition winners Mawokota 5-3 on penalties at the semifinal stage held at the Njeru Technical centre while Buddu eliminated Bulemeezi 3-1 on penalties to reach the final.

Buddu will be playing their fifth Masaza Cup final and have only managed to win the competition once in 2016. They have lost three finals, twice to Ssingo (2015 and 2018) and were runners up to Gomba during the 2020 edition.

Buwekula on the other hand are contesting in only their second Masaza Cup final, they lost to Bulemeezi in 2012.

Bulemeezi will face off with Mawokota in the classification game on the same day at Kitende.

Meanwhile, the Minister has today inspected St.Mary’s Stadium in Kitende the venue for the Masaza Cup final

Masaza Cup Final program

•Gates will be open at 11am
•Katikiro will arrive at 11:30am for the classification match between Buwokota and Bulemeezi
•His Majesty Kabaka arrives at 2:40pm for the Buwekula Vs Buddu that kicks off at 3pm

Selling Points for Masaza Cup Tickets:

•Buwekula – Airtel Shop, Mubende FM, Heart FM, Tropical FM, Travels Hotel

•Mawokota – Airtel, Total Stations, Airtel Shop Mpigi, Total Mpigi, Total Kyengera

•Kampala – Owino Market, Bwaise total, Majesruc Brands Bulange, Kiseka Market, Total Nakivubo, Total Katwe, Total Namasuba 1, Total Namasuba 2, Total Kitende, Total Mengo, Total Theatre

•Buddu – Total Stations, Shell, Total Masaka Nyendo, CBS Masaka

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