Moses Golola Moses Golola

While unveiling his impending country tour as part of a fundraising drive for the Gololo Kick-Boxing Talent Academy, he said he is still strong.

?I believe the sky is not the limit. I am still very active,? he said.

On the chances of him having a rematch against UPDF kick-boxer Titus Tugume, Golola said ?I have not heard from Tugume. It is only his wife who one time called and said ?My husband is ready for a rematch.? But I do not want to be a murderer.?

Golola starts a countrywide tour with the first step taking him to Jinja next Monday. During the tour, the kick-boxer will be mobilizing for funding of sh2bn required for Golola Kick Boxing Academy at Lugoba in Kawempe Division.

Golola said his countrywide tour that ends on July 8 will also be part of his victory celebrations with his fans for winning the K1 middleweight World Kick-boxing Championship in Kampala recently.

Golola who knocked out Kamsuntorn Wathaporn of Thailand to bag what he said was his long-time dream belt.

He said his target is to empower the youth to develop their talent to achieve their desired dreams.

?I have a belief that the sky is not the limit. I have suffered to get where I am now,? said Golola, adding, ?I believe there are so many young men and women I have inspired. I want to see guys who believe in themselves. I want to encourage them because Ugandan sport has to go to another level,? said the motor-mouthed martial artist

?you cannot develop sport without an academy. I am a bridge in Ugandan sport. I am going to lay my back there for the young generation.?

The Golola tour will take him to Jinja, Iganda, Mbale, Masaka, Mbarara, Kabale, Fortportal, Kasese, Ishaka, Arua, Gulu and Lira.

During the tour Golola?s ardent fans will buy certificates ranging from sh1m for a gold, sh750,000 for a silver and sh500,000 for a bronze.

Samson Opus, The New Times


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