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He tasked citizens to monitor the performance of their leaders as the constitution empowers them.
Kawooya appealed to contractors to ensure quality work.
“Good quality work yields trustworthiness among the donors to the contractors,” Kawooya said.
Speaking at the same function, the mayor Bushenyi-Ishaka municipality, Jackson Kamugasha hailed the Japanese embassy for donating U$ 92, 389 (shs203m).
He urged local leaders to continue supporting government programmes so as to realize what the government promised.
Kamugasha noted that the health centre would help antenatal mothers reduce the costs of pregnancy.
“Many mothers who would be operated here have been bearing the costs of giving birth let alone other surgeries that would have been handled by our competent staff,” Kamugasha noted.
Dr. Violah Ninsiima, who is in charge of the health centre, said the health centre still faces a need for an ambulance, generator, renovation of all units and staff houses.
The theatre will be constructed by Rose SST construction company and is slated to be completed in August 2014.