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NWSC Gives Back to Disabled Muslim Community at Nakivubo School

Kampala water GM Eng Andrew Ssekayizi handing over an assortment of items to the disabled Muslim community at Nakivubo Blue Primary school

It is more blessed to give than to receive.

On Friday National water and sewerage corporation shared Eid goodies with our disabled Muslim brothers and sisters at Nakivubo Blue primary school.

A number of food items were shared to enable our customers break fast and celebrate EID.

The same activity was happening in all NWSC areas of operation as is the norm during the holy month of Ramadan.

The colourful ceremony was graced by Kampala water General manager Eng Andrew Ssekayizi who appreciated the customers for supporting NWSC through bill payments and reporting leaks and bursts.

Semakula on the mat

Semakula on the mat

For the past years during the holy month of Ramadan, the corporation gives back to the disabled Muslim community at Nakivubo Blue Primary school.

During the event, the Muslim leaders requested the corporation to help semakula Fahad a disabled 12 year old boy with a wheel chair and medical assistance.

PR manager Sam Apedel interacting with our customers

PR manager Sam Apedel interacting with NWSC customers

NWSC management team and staff

NWSC management team and staff

Beneficiaries wait to receive their share

Beneficiaries wait to receive their share

Kampala water GM Eng Andrew Ssekayizi on behalf of the corporation pledged to buy Semakula a brand new wheel chair on Monday.

The colourful function was attended by local leaders,Muslim leaders, NWSC PR manager and the NWSC management team.

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