By Aggrey Twesigye
The Prime Minister of Uganda Robinah Nabanjja has directed ministry of energy to restore the vandalized lines of electricity in Bukiro Mbarara District.
Nabanja made the order yesterday as she officiated at the belated Women’s day celebrations of Mbarara District held at Bwizibwera Playground in Mbarara District.
She further revealed that government will again work on various roads in the district that include the one that connects the two town Councils of Bwizibwera and Bukiro in Mbarara District and Mile 4 to Ibanda road.
In his submission, Didas Tabaro the chairman Mbarara District pleaded with the government to financially support the construction of Health training institute at Bwizibwera in Mbarara that will accommodate a number of youths in the district.
“As the District we had resolved to use our local revenue to construct the training institute but we ask government to financially Support us towards this Noble cause,” Tabaro explained.
He however asked government to finance and support the skills training Centre at the district where women and girls will be trained in various disciplines.
Tabaro revealed that the district has grappled with scarcity of water for both animal and domestic use.
He added that the Regional water workshop which the ministry constructed has not been operational as it is not fully equipped and thus asked the government to equip it with modern machines.
Tabaro further asked the government to reconsider Mbarara District on Luweero Rwenzori Program as the ministry of finance removed the District from the program codes.
On same day a total of ugx.55 million was collected towards the installation of solar lights at Bwizibwera Daily market in Bwizibwera Town council, Mbarara District and the Prime Minister Robinah Nabbajja contributed ugx.10 million towards the same cause.
The function was attended by the minister of Information Communication and technology (ICT) Chris Baryomunsi, the state minister for youth affairs Sarah Mateke and 20 Members of Parliament from various districts of Uganda.
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