NRM Aspirant Dies in Motor Accident

President Museveni has highly commended the Mehta Group, information pills a multi-national and multi-activity enterprise, salve for reviving the factories in Uganda which had collapsed.

He said the revived factories do not only belong to Mehta but to Ugandans who are really the main beneficiaries.

The President was late this week commissioning a new US$50 million food grade carbon dioxide facility, sugar mills and a cable plant at the Mehta factory headquarters in Lugazi Town, Buikwe district.

The new food grade carbon dioxide venture is the first of its kind in Uganda.

Mehta supplies food grade carbon gas to Uganda-based firms such as Nile Breweries and also exports the gas to the neighbouring countries of Rwanda and Burundi.

President Museveni said government institutions will purchase from the new cable factory as a way of supporting the factory to grow and for the benefit of Ugandans.

He explained the NRM government had to support the private sector private companies work more efficiently compared to civil servants who don’t mind about productivity.

Mr. Museveni urged the employees at the factory to work hard because the enterprise benefits them.

He called on leaders to always explain government programmes to people in order to help them appreciate the benefits from the programmes that are tailored to uplift their welfare status.

The Minister of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries, Mr. Tress Buchanayandi, thanked the Mehta Group for work done saying the factory has done a lot in improving the lives of the people.

The proprietor of the venture, Mr. Mehta, commended President Museveni for the peace and stability in the country which, he said, is one of the things he is proud of since his return from exile.

He was optimistic that the new ventures would further enhance the production capacity of the factory.

Sugar Corporation of Uganda Limited (SCOUL) produces 100,000 tons of sugar per year, 3,000 tons of food grade carbon dioxide and employs over 7,000 workers.
Lorren Niwagaba Williams, cost one of the three Kamuganguzi sub-county LC3 NRM primaries candidate has died in a motorcycle accident, stuff Chimp Corps report.

The sad incident occurred at Kabaraga on the Kabale-Mbarara Road on Saturday.

Niwagaba, ambulance who is among the two candidates challenging the incumbent LC3 boss Elias Twesigomwe, was riding his motorcycle registration number UEE 056E   XL when he lost control of the bike which overturned and crashed on the tarmac.

Niwagaba died on the spot.

NRM officials said Niwagaba bought the ill-fated motorcycle from Mbarara on Friday for his mobilistaion and campaigns.

On Saturday morning, Niwagaba set off very early from Mbarara only to confront heavy mist that made visibility a challenge.

Kigezi Regional Police spokesman Elly Maate said investigations are underway to establish the cause of the accident.

A case file been opened at Kabale Police Station under reference number, TAR 142/2015.


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