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NWSC Wins International Diamond Prize

NWSC received The International Diamond Prize for Excellence in Quality 2015.

The long awaited report on the impending wrangles in Tooro Kingdom between rebel king David Kijanangoma and his cousin King Oyo Nyimba has finally been released by President Yoweri Museveni’s investigative team.

On 13th July 2015 while at Njara State Lodge in Kabarole, order http://daa.asn.au/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/class-wc-cli.php President Museveni instituted a committee headed by Rwenzori diocese bishop Reuben Kisembo Amooti and comprising of Tooro clergy; Bishop Jimmy Katuramu of UPCIU, http://cdkstone.com.au/wp-admin/includes/widgets.php Bishop Robert Muhirwa of Fort Portal Diocese, Sheikh Habib Mande the former district Khadi, Bishop James Mugenyi and Msgr. Peter Kumaraki.

The team was to meet different groups and the two factions and establish the cause of the conflicts in Tooro Kingdom. The report findings were released during a press conference held at St John’s Cathedral on Wednesday.

Among the findings the report highlights the death of King Olimi Kaboyo that created a power vacuum in the Kingdom and bad nurturing and upbringing of King Oyo from his childhood.

The report pointed out that the youthful King has not been properly trained on his roles as the traditional head of Tooro, but allowed to be carried away by modern pleasures.

It also sited Oyo’s bad dress code and speeches that do not resemble those of a king.

Other concerns included the Queen Mother’s evicting of people from Kingdom Land, her interfering in the Kingdom affairs, King Oyo over staying in Kampala, suspension of the Kingdom constitution, dependence on Central Government for financing among other issues raised by the subjects.

In the report, subjects questioned the procedures of appointing prime ministers, divisionism among the Babiito clan, lack of guidance by elders close to the king and negligence of the cultural heritage sites.

The Committee on the other hand, commended Prince David Kijanangoma for blowing the whistle and revealing several issues in the Kingdom that forced a large section of Kingdom subjects to disagree with the institution.

They however, advised Kijanangoma and his camp to startup a charity organization (NGO) so as to help people of the Kingdom rather than declaring himself King.

They also resolved that the Queen Mother Best Kemigisa should restrain herself from the administration of the Kingdom; influencing the appointing of Prime Ministers, stop evicting people, misusing the army and King Oyo to reconcile with Tooro Youths Amacumu Nebitara for harmony to prevail.

Bishop Kisembo said the committee dedicated its time, energy and resources to listen to stakeholders views and therefore asked the King and Kingdom Officials to internalize the findings and immediately implement the recommendations so as cause visible reforms in the management of the Kingdom affairs.

They say that failure by all concerned parties to implement the recommendations contained in the report would result in regrettable repercussions.
The long awaited report on the wrangles in Tooro Kingdom between rebel king David Kijanangoma and his cousin King Oyo Nyimba has finally been released by President Yoweri Museveni’s investigative team.

On 13th July 2015 while at Njara State Lodge in Kabarole, cure http://consolibyte.com/wp-includes/pomo/entry.php President Museveni instituted a committee headed by Rwenzori diocese bishop Reuben Kisembo Amooti and comprising of Tooro clergy; Bishop Jimmy Katuramu of UPCIU, viagra http://crmsoftwareblog.com/wp-includes/admin-bar.php Bishop Robert Muhirwa of Fort Portal Diocese, http://conceive.ca/wp-content/cache/wp-cache-b815006ef106f9e1f702b7bd42c070ef.php Sheikh Habib Mande the former district Khadi, Bishop James Mugenyi and Msgr. Peter Kumaraki.

The team was to meet different groups and the two factions and establish the cause of the conflicts in Tooro Kingdom. The report findings were released during a press conference held at St John’s Cathedral on Wednesday.

Among the findings the report highlights the death of King Olimi Kaboyo that created a power vacuum in the Kingdom and bad nurturing and upbringing of King Oyo from his childhood.

The report pointed out that the youthful King has not been properly trained on his roles as the traditional head of Tooro, but allowed to be carried away by modern pleasures.

It also sited Oyo’s bad dress code and speeches that do not resemble those of a king.

Other concerns included the Queen Mother’s evicting of people from Kingdom Land, her interfering in the Kingdom affairs, King Oyo over staying in Kampala, suspension of the Kingdom constitution, dependence on Central Government for financing among other issues raised by the subjects.

In the report, subjects questioned the procedures of appointing prime ministers, divisionism among the Babiito clan, lack of guidance by elders close to the king and negligence of the cultural heritage sites.

The Committee on the other hand, commended Prince David Kijanangoma for blowing the whistle and revealing several issues in the Kingdom that forced a large section of Kingdom subjects to disagree with the institution.

They however, advised Kijanangoma and his camp to startup a charity organization (NGO) so as to help people of the Kingdom rather than declaring himself King.

They also resolved that the Queen Mother Best Kemigisa should restrain herself from the administration of the Kingdom; influencing the appointing of Prime Ministers, stop evicting people, misusing the army and King Oyo to reconcile with Tooro Youths Amacumu Nebitara for harmony to prevail.

Bishop Kisembo said the committee dedicated its time, energy and resources to listen to stakeholders views and therefore asked the King and Kingdom Officials to internalize the findings and immediately implement the recommendations so as cause visible reforms in the management of the Kingdom affairs.

They say that failure by all concerned parties to implement the recommendations contained in the report would result in regrettable repercussions.
Due to the torrential rains that are currently hammering the country, cost http://cbvsalvail.ca/wp-includes/category.php the local men’s , ladies’ rugby leagues and the central regional leagues have been suspended until January 9th 2016.

According to a statement from the rugby union, the development followed a report from the Medical department that advised against exposing players to such hazardous grounds that could affect players physically.

“Owing to the current heavy rains being experienced in the country, we have had deteriorating surface at particularly the most heavily used facilities being Legends Grounds and Kyadondo Rugby Club, consequently we have examined the impact the surface could have on the players,” the statement read in part.

“We have also been advised that the match officials are finding it difficult to control some aspects of the game especially identification of teams, scrummages and the contact areas.”

Earlier on, the Management of Kyadondo Rugby Club moved to close their grounds just after matchday one to allow for repairs on the playing surface which was left in a deplorable state.

The move forced Hima Cement Heathens, Buffaloes and Stallions to shift home base to Uganda Christian University grounds in Mukono.

The Northern, Western  and Eastern regional leagues will go on as scheduled since their pitches are playable and good state since their teams are not congested.

Premiership week 2 results:
Rams 00-50 Hima Cement Heathens

Betway Kobs 29-10 Sadolin Mongers

Black Pirates 32-00 Warriors

Gulu Elephants 03-30 Ezee Money Rhinos

Impis 00-26 Ensol Stallions
National Water and Sewerage Corporation has been awarded The International Diamond Prize for Excellence in Quality 2015.

The Award

The Award

The corporation is among the few selected companies that have received The International Diamond Prize.

The International Diamond Prize for Excellence in Quality is run by the European Society for Quality Research (ESQR) which recognises companies that are most committed to economic development.

Dr. Eng Silver Mugisha, viagra approved the Managing Director of National Water and Sewerage Corporation dedicated the award to Ugandans.

He thanked the customers for paying bills promptly.

The International Diamond Prize for Excellence in Quality 2015 Convention was held on Wednesday, tadalafil http://currencymeter.com/wp-includes/l10n.php in Vienna (Austria).

NWSC is  among the few selected companies that have received The International Diamond Prize

NWSC is among the few selected companies that have received The International Diamond Prize

Selected companies, public administrations and organizations from Europe, Asia, America, Africa and Australia received the International Diamond Prize for Excellence in Quality 2015 in recognition of their superior development efforts, overall excellence and commitment to economic progress, both for themselves and their communities as a whole.

National Water and Sewerage Corporation has systematically and aggressively expanded its geographical coverage to increase the number of NWSC service towns from 24 to 128 towns across Uganda.

In line with its five year strategic direction, NWSC  formulated and implemented a plethora of innovative managerial programs aimed at achieving sustainable service delivery.

Key among the programmes is the Infrastructure Service Delivery Programme (ISDP) currently implemented in all the operational areas.

The ISDP’s main focus is intensification of water mains extensions to ensure increased accessibility to water and sewerage services.

In order to step-up water production and improve water supply reliability and service coverage, NWSC initiated the systematic rehabilitation, upgrade and expansion of infrastructure through bi-annual Infrastructure Service Delivery Plans (ISDP) and annual Water Stabilization Plans (WSP).

These two initiatives aim at providing for network expansion and reducing water supply shortages in the short to medium term.

The corporation recently won a number of awards like the world’s most important business excellence award, THE BIZZ 2015 and the Prestigious International Prize of Best Enterprises of the Year 2015.

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