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Photos: An Update On Nakivubo Stadium Construction

Ham Kiggundu has delivered an update on the construction project of the Nakivubo War Memorial stadium.

The photos reveal visible progress done on the stands but the stadium is still very far from done.

In an interview in September last year, Ham had promised the stadium to be completed eight months from then.

The project has been hit by various setbacks over the years and the new photos have stirred mixed reactions from the fans.

Since June 2017 when the construction was started, fans and other football stakeholders were in jubilant moods after Hamis Kiggundu, CEO Ham Enterprises, promised a world class structure.

Initially, the stadium was projected to end in 2019, and there are doubts that everything will be in place at the end of this year.

The historical stadium was demolished on 28th February 2017. It was opened on April 1926 and undergone formidable renovations in 1954 and 2013.

Ham has received critics from the public who have blamed him for finishing the surrounding malls first, concluding that he is actually interested in business but not Sports.

Here are the photos as shared by Ham:


Brian Kawalya

Brian Kawalya

Chief Sports Writer
Brian Kawalya is an Award winning Journalist, Director and Chief Sports Writer of The-SportsNation, covering top events and breaking some of the biggest stories.
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