Football256 Sold Off

Renown Journalist Clive Kyazze has sold off his Sports website Football256 to Pulse Sports Uganda.

Pulse Sports has confirmed the acquisition as they continue to make major strides in Ugandan industry.

Football256 that has been in existence since November 2018, was one of the leading Sports Websites in the Country.

“It was not an easy decision, but we are confident it was the right decision at the right time, especially when you, look at the goals and objectives of Pulse Sports,” said Football256 co-founder Clive Kyazze.

“Football256 was started on the foundation, giving young sports journalists a chance to showcase their abilities and change lives along the way, areas we have succeeded in.”

“We shall always cherish memories (good and bad), the milestones and achievements we achieved over the years and everyone who was part of the journey,” Kyazze added.


Kyazze who is currently in Egypt for the ongoing AFCON U20, recently joined Pulse Sports, and the sale looked inevitable.

It is said that he co-owned the website with Darren Allan Kyeyune of Next Media.

Pulse Sports, a sister website to Pulse Uganda, also recruited former Football256 writers Brian Aheebwa, Shafic Kiyaga and Peter Tabu.

Daily Monitor writers Fred Mwambu and Emanzi Ndyamuhaki also joined the Ntinda-based website.

Pulse Sports will hope to break into a competitive industry that also has The-SportsNation, Kawowo, Swift Sports among others.



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