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MTN Uganda, KCCA FC Confirm MoMoPay as Official Payment Platform

MTN Uganda has entered into a partnership with Kampala Capital City Authority Football Club (KCCA FC) to use MoMoPay as a medium of purchase for match tickets, club merchandise and services.

KCCA FC fans and the general public can now pay for club merchandise and services at no extra cost, using MoMoPay. MTN recently launched MoMoPay, a cashless payment system whereby customers can pay for their goods and services at a MoMoPay agent, directly from their mobile money accounts.

Part of MTN’s partnership with KCCA FC is premised on the launch and promotion of MoMoPay as a medium through which fans can purchase tickets in advance to the club’s matches in the comfort of their various locations.

Speaking at partnership launch at the KCCA grounds in Kampala, Ali Monza the acting General Manager, Mobile Financial Services said that in addition to tickets, club fans and the general public can pay for KCCA FC services, goods and merchandise such as T-shirts and caps among others, using MoMoPay.

“More people today are embracing cashless payments. We are committed to simplifying financial transactions by enabling people to transact from wherever they are, at their convenience. And that is what MoMo Pay is all about,” said Monza.

Monza also noted that apart from having no service charge, MoMo Pay saves time as people can make payments at the touch of a button from their mobile phones.

Aggrey Ashaba, KCCA FC Club Chairman, welcomed the initiative:
“MoMo pay will make it easy for our club fans and the general public to buy match tickets at their convenience. In MTN Uganda we have a reliable, innovative and technology driven partner for our football club,” Kitaka said.

Anisha Muhoozi, the KCCA FC CEO noted that MoMoPay was going to ease financial transactions at the club.

“Most of our fans have been using cash to purchase their tickets. But now MoMoPay is going to make it a lot easier since the transaction is completely free and they are not limited to the cash in their pockets,” Anisha said.

“We are pursuing our strategy to be a modern, technology driven club and this move will help us achieve this ultimate dream” continued Anisha.

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