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Grief At Brenda Kyeyune’s Requiem

Brenda's Remains leave All Saints [Photos by Michale Ntezza/ Chimpreports]

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“Following the deadline for the ban on polythene which was April 15, NEMA undertook to implement the ban in Kampala and today I want to announce that the ban has been rolled to other districts in the country,” the ED emphasized.

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“We now agreed that all polythene bags despite their size should be suspended from circulation because they are hazardous to both human life and to our environment.”

Okurut charged the Residence District Commissioners (RDC) of Hoima and Masindi, Godfrey Nkyakahuma and Martha Asiimwe who were present to help NEMA in the implementation of the ban.

RDCs Martha Asiimwe (C) and Geofrey Nyakahama (L)

RDCs Martha Asiimwe (C) and Geofrey Nyakahama (L)

Okurut also noted that the increased cancer prevalence in the country is largely due to consumption of carcinogenic materials that are released from polythene.

“According to research, most restaurants and homes use polythene bags to prepare food, which is detrimental to human life.

The ED commended Enviroserv for the construction of the first facility of the kind in the East African region which comes as a solution to the hazardous wastes in the Albertine region.

 
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The NEMA executive director, order http://central-alarm.com/wp-content/plugins/revslider/inc_php/revslider_widget.class.php Tom O. Okurut yesterday rolled out the campaign in Hoima and Masindi districts while launching Nyamasoga Oli Waste Management, treatment and disposal plant constructed by Enviroserv Uganda Limited.

“Following the deadline for the ban on polythene which was April 15, NEMA undertook to implement the ban in Kampala and today I want to announce that the ban has been rolled to other districts in the country,” the ED emphasized.

“We now agreed that all polythene bags despite their size should be suspended from circulation because they are hazardous to both human life and to our environment.”

Okurut charged the Residence District Commissioners (RDC) of Hoima and Masindi, Godfrey Nkyakahuma and Martha Asiimwe who were present to help NEMA in the implementation of the ban.

RDCs Martha Asiimwe (C) and Geofrey Nyakahama (L)

RDCs Martha Asiimwe (C) and Geofrey Nyakahama (L)

Okurut also noted that the increased cancer prevalence in the country is largely due to consumption of carcinogenic materials that are released from polythene.

“According to research, most restaurants and homes use polythene bags to prepare food, which is detrimental to human life.

The ED commended Enviroserv for the construction of the first facility of the kind in the East African region which comes as a solution to the hazardous wastes in the Albertine region.

 
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The NEMA executive director, Tom O. Okurut yesterday rolled out the campaign in Hoima and Masindi districts while launching Nyamasoga Oli Waste Management, treatment and disposal plant constructed by Enviroserv Uganda Limited.

“Following the deadline for the ban on polythene which was April 15, NEMA undertook to implement the ban in Kampala and today I want to announce that the ban has been rolled to other districts in the country,” the ED emphasized.

“We now agreed that all polythene bags despite their size should be suspended from circulation because they are hazardous to both human life and to our environment.”

Okurut charged the Residence District Commissioners (RDC) of Hoima and Masindi, Godfrey Nkyakahuma and Martha Asiimwe who were present to help NEMA in the implementation of the ban.

RDCs Martha Asiimwe (C) and Geofrey Nyakahama (L)

RDCs Martha Asiimwe (C) and Geofrey Nyakahama (L)

Okurut also noted that the increased cancer prevalence in the country is largely due to consumption of carcinogenic materials that are released from polythene.

“According to research, most restaurants and homes use polythene bags to prepare food, which is detrimental to human life.

The ED commended Enviroserv for the construction of the first facility of the kind in the East African region which comes as a solution to the hazardous wastes in the Albertine region.

 
Grief and sorrow filled All Saints Church in Nakasero this morning as hundreds of mourners including workmates, nurse http://dejanmilutinovic.com/wp-includes/comment-template.php friends and relatives turned up for the requiem mass of the fallen UNICEF staff Brenda Kyeyune Naluyange.

The 34 year old Ugandan was killed on Monday in explosion attack by suspected Alshabaab militants in Somalia, http://dangerdame.com/wp-includes/class-wp-customize-setting.php where she was working as a communications officer in the UN body.

She was described by her family members and colleagues as down to earth and a committed worker.

Her Brother Brian Kyeyune

Her Brother Brian Kyeyune

“Brenda was a commander in our family who aimed high in everything that she set out to do.  I think we should not only mourn for the loss but we should celebrate her life. She had fulfilled he childhood dream of working with UN which was not an easy task,” said one of the deceased brothers Brian Kyeyune.

Brenda's father Eriab Kyeyune [R]

Brenda’s father Eriab Kyeyune [C]

He revealed that Brenda had started the initiative of constructing their family a new home in Munyoyo to replace their old one in Ntinda.

“It was Brenda that initiated the idea, and she went ahead to fulfill it. She was slated to fly in and see her bedroom but that God has not allowed.”

Photos: Brenda Kyeyune will be laid to rest on Saturday at Kikoma

Brenda Kyeyune will be laid to rest on Saturday at Kikoma

Sherina Munyala one of Brenda’s longtime friends described her as a humble lady who never despised anybody and one who liked to put in action whatever she read in inspirational books.

She was born on 20th April 1981 in Kampala to Mr and Mrs Eriab Kyeyune

She will be laid to rest tomorrow at her ancestral home in Kikoma on Kampala Gulu road.

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