AMB.NKURUHO UNHAPPY WITH BUSHENYI MUNICIPAL AUTHORITIES OVER DILAPIDATED ROADS
By Wilber Muhwezi Kasibante
Water logged road leading to Amb. Nkuruho’s Flagship Piazza Hotel
The former Uganda’s Ambassador to Australia; His Excellency Enoch Nkuruho who has invested about 2 billion shillings in a hotel in Bushenyi-Ishaka municipality has expressed his dissatisfaction with the town authorities over reluctancy to renovate a road leading to his Flagship Piazza hotel.
Ambassador Nkuruho‘s Flagship Piazza hotel is located on Bushenyi-Kyeitembe road in Bushenyi-Ishaka municipality but the road has remained impassable despite his repeatedly pleas to the town authorities.
Talking to the www.mknewslink.com managing editor, Nkuruho said that he has several times called the municipal mayor; Jackson Kamugasha to visit the hotel and as well see the road but he turned a deaf ear.
He added that he also called in the central division LC111 chairman Mr. Steven Karuti but has also refused to see the road and the Ambassador.
However, when the www.mknewslink.com contacted the municipal Engineer; Eng.Deus Baingana, he made an assurance that the road will soon be fixed before this week ends. He never gave any reason why it has taken too long to repair the road.
Uganda’s 55th National independence celebrations will be held in Bushenyi district on October 9, 2017 and many dignitaries are expected to have their lunch at Flagship Piazza Hotel.
Flagship Piazza Hotel’s front view.
Dilapidated Kyeitembe road leading to Ambassador’s new hotel.
KATONGA CAR ACCIDENT LEFT 20 DEAD
By www.mknewslink.com reporter
At least 20 people are feared dead and several others seriously injured in another car accident along Kampala-Masaka road.
The accident happened last night at Lubanda trading centre near River Katonga Bridge in Mpigi District.
Eye witnesses told www.mknewslink.com that the accident happened when one of the tyres of the Fuso truck registration number UAH 970P burst and it rammed into the Tanzania bound Coaster, registration number T540 DLC.
However, police fear the number could increase.
Katonga Region Police Spokesperson; Phillip Mukasa attributed the accident to the truck’s tyre burst.