• July 6, 2020

Tags : Social media

Uganda Cranes Players Join “Blackout Tuesday” Movement

Uganda Cranes players joined other athletes around the world to take a blackout on social media on Tuesday. The players shared their grievances while posting blank boxes on their twitter handles. This is in response to the passing of George Floyd, an African American, who was suffocated to death by a heartless Police Officer. Emmanuel […]Read More

How Social Media Has Changed The Face Of Sports In

Uganda Sports and fans is a match made in heaven, and social media has been the tool which has strengthened this marriage, especially during this period when sports is on hold due to Coronavirus. Most sports organisations have utilised a number of social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube among others, and […]Read More

How Social Media Reacted To Summoned Uganda Cranes CHAN Team

The summoned Uganda Cranes provisional team to train for CHAN has been received with mixed reactions via social media. Many took to social platforms to express their views. Social media in Uganda, just like elsewhere, is one of the most powerful tool where fans communicate and air out their sports opinions. Read – A Look […]Read More