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Kigezi Tea Company Boss Sticks To Child Labor

James Musinguzi Garuga [C] with samples of his tea products

Heathens secured a comfortable home win in the Nile Special Rugby Premiership with a comfortable 33-05 victory over the Mongers at Kyadondo Rugby Club on Saturday.

The Entebbe club played with plenty of guts and drive but just lacked the execution of their hosts and had no answer to the depth of Heathens’ bench late on.

Herbert Kato scored the only points for the away team with a second-half penalty. The hosts took full control in the opening quarter, viagra http://centerforblackbelt.org/wp-includes/shortcodes.php racking up points on the board thanks to Mathias Ochwo and Brian Kikwa’s tries and the boots of Chris Lubanga.

In-form Cranes star and Heathens captain Micheal Wokorach impressed again scoring two tries, see http://centerforblackbelt.org/wp-content/plugins/gravityforms/xml.php although his more impressive younger brother Phillip Wokorach was still missing after he left for Esher, recipe England for a four -month stint but his absence was not felt against Mongers just like it had been the case against Makerere Impis last Saturday.

Lawrence Ssebuliba (Heathens) was unsurprisingly named the Nile special Man of the match.

Scorers

1 Try by Joel kimuli (Heathens)

2 Tries by Michael Wokorach (Heathens)

1 Try by Kikaawa (Heathens)

1 Try Mathias Ochwo (Heathens)

1 Try by Herbert Kato (Mongers)

Elsewhere, Rhinos revenged their first round surprise defeat to bottom of the league Impis with a 34-15 thumping while Kobs as expected picked up maximum points against Mutoni Warriors.

Results

Heathens 33-05 Mongers @Kyadondo

Kobs 48-00 Warriors @ Legends

Rhinos 34-15 Impis @Legends

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Heathens' centre Wokorach (with ball) unleashes a ferocious handoff against Kobs in league recently

Heathens’ centre Wokorach (with ball) unleashes a ferocious handoff against Kobs in league recently

Heathens secured a comfortable home win in the Nile Special Rugby Premiership with a comfortable 33-05 victory over the Mongers at Kyadondo Rugby Club on Saturday.

The Entebbe club played with plenty of guts and drive but just lacked the execution of their hosts and had no answer to the depth of Heathens’ bench late on.

Herbert Kato scored the only points for the away team with a second-half penalty. The hosts took full control in the opening quarter, stuff http://chaosoffroad.com/wp-includes/theme.php racking up points on the board thanks to Mathias Ochwo and Brian Kikwa’s tries and the boots of Chris Lubanga.

In-form Cranes star and Heathens captain Micheal Wokorach impressed again scoring two tries, sale http://cooperativenet.com/wp-content/plugins/nextgen-gallery/products/photocrati_nextgen/modules/nextgen_xmlrpc/module.nextgen_xmlrpc.php although his more impressive younger brother Phillip Wokorach was still missing after he left for Esher, http://davescheapbikes.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/google-analytics.php England for a four -month stint but his absence was not felt against Mongers just like it had been the case against Makerere Impis last Saturday.

Lawrence Ssebuliba (Heathens) was unsurprisingly named the Nile special Man of the match.

Scorers

1 Try by Joel kimuli (Heathens)

2 Tries by Michael Wokorach (Heathens)

1 Try by Kikaawa (Heathens)

1 Try Mathias Ochwo (Heathens)

1 Try by Herbert Kato (Mongers)

Elsewhere, Rhinos revenged their first round surprise defeat to bottom of the league Impis with a 34-15 thumping while Kobs as expected picked up maximum points against Mutoni Warriors.

Results

Heathens 33-05 Mongers @Kyadondo

Kobs 48-00 Warriors @ Legends

Rhinos 34-15 Impis @Legends

stephenmuneza@gmail.com
The Director Kigezi highland tea company limited James Musinguzi Garuga has said that his company will continue employing children, visit this site http://cfbtoman.com/wp-includes/default-widgets.php despite complaints from local leaders and police.

Some district leaders grumble that the company which has several branches in the District, resorted to employing children below 15 years to work in tea plantations, which is illegal and against children’s rights.

The Chairperson LC1 for Keishamunyoro cell in Bushuro Parish, Kitumba Sub County, Elisa Twinomujuni says that they had done their best as leaders to curtail the child labor at the company, but failed by parents who maintain that the kids have to look for their school fees

The Kabale District Police Commander, Bosco Arop says that the challenge is worse at one of the company’s branch in Kitumba Sub County where many children in this area have dropped from schools to work in the plantation.

Arop further says that he’d been contemplating arresting some of the children found on the plantations.

However, the Director for Kigezi Highland Tea Company Limited, James Musinguzi Garuga says that employing young children is one of the ways to teach them how to toil for their future.

Garuga insists that they will continue employing minors, come what may!

However The Director for Child Rescue Voluntary Organization, Lenard Tumwesigye says that such kind of companies target children with a reason of exploiting them because they don’t know how to bargain.

He further says that it is very disgraceful for such tycoons to think about themselves not the future of young generation.

Tumwesigye says that such jobs should be given to parents so that children only focus on education thus calling on for cooperation to fight against this habit.

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