Kasese RDC Wants Kilembe Mines Renovated


tadalafil geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>The RDC visited Kilembe mines tenants who had fears of being evicted by a Chinese company (Tibet) that is coming to restore Kilembe Mines Limited.

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“The mines’ assets have been divided into two core and non-core assets, order treatment plant, power and houses, respectively. The core assets like treatment plant and power have been given to Tibet by the government,” Odongo explained.

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He then added: “946 tenants of Kilembe mines have defaulted amount of money totalling to Shs 951 million which would have contributed to the renovation of the area.”

Odongo further noted that the buildings, among other non-core assets, have been left in the arms of government supervision and asked the community to desist from grabbing government properties.

Tibet Chinese Company will create job opportunities for over 5,000 youth in Kasese district, a great achievement that will help to fight poverty and improve livelihoods in the area.

“The market for our local produce will also increase.”

The meeting was attended by the representative from Tibet, Chen Huen, Alex Byaruhanga, the General Manager Kilembe Mines, LC3 Bulembia division, Pascal Kasoke and other political dignitaries.

Meanwhile, Maj. Obwet Olawori of the Elephant battalion asked the community to work with security organs to ensure that security is maximised in the area.

He observed that security starts with the community and is later supported by the government as a joint effort.


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