clinic http://chopcult.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-socializer/include/fckeditor/images/secure.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>Ms Sarah Kagingo, the President’s Special Assistant for Communication, has just told Chimpreports today, Friday afternoon, that President Museveni is in Kiganda Sub-county, Kasanda South Constituency in Mubende district and has just commissioned the Myazi-Kiganda rural electrification Scheme located at Kawungeera Church of Uganda premises.
“The line covers the following load centres; Lubumba, Kakungube, Nalutuntu, Mulura, Namuganda, Kyakatebe, Kigoloba, Kalamba, Kiganda, Nakiganda, Sozinga Teachers’ college and Kiganda,” she told Chimpreports.
Kagingo further noted that “he (Museveni) will this afternoon commission Mubende-Kyenjojo project at Lusalira where the ceremony to mark the commissioning of the projects will be held.”
Museveni greeting the area leaders as he is being welcomed too
“The line covers the following load centres; Lusalira, Kibalinga, Gwanika, Lwemivumbo, Nabingoola, Kadule, Kibaale, Butooke, Kibuye, Kako, Kabweza, Mundama, Bukere, Bujubuli, Kyegegwa town council, Nkaka, Kabira, Kabaya, Hapuyo, Rwera, Kyatega, Kakabara Teachers’ College and sub-county, Kikyendo, Migongwe, Rweibale, Ave Maria, Matiri, Kihura, Kisojo, Kyanayiti, Kyenjojo village, Butubiri, Mukikazi, Butunduzi, Weikomero, Kihamba, Balwenda, Mailo Musanvu and Mpara.”
It seems President Museveni has dedicated the whole of this week to commissioning and launching developmental projects around the country.
Earlier in the week, he launched several projects in Mukono crowning the day by commissioning Sezibwa Bridge in the same district.
Only yesterday, he was in Arua district where he launched a mega West Nile Electrification Grid extension estimated to cover 392km of 33kV lines and 210km of low voltage lines and a total of 150 distribution transformers, said to cost €13.73m.