President Yoweri Museveni, ed http://compspoultry.com.au/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-list-table.php who is also the NRM Presidential candidate has said government will build a technical school and a district hospital in Kyaka North, Kyegegwa district in Western Uganda.
The president was speaking at a rally in Kitaleesa, Kyaka North in Kyegegwa district.
He said before the NRM government came into power, there was no tarmack road in the area.
“ It stopped in Mityana. Now it’s near and continues up to Fort Portal. You also have electricity,” Museveni said.
Regarding water, the NRM flag bearer said a piped system is being fixed in Kitaleesa.
Kyegegwa has 147 primary schools, 65 are government aided. There are 82 private primary schools.
Regarding roads, Museveni said government would Tarmack Karuguza-Hapuyo-Mpala-Burunga-Rwemikoma-Kazo and Kyegegwa-Hapuyo-Kibale road.
“Mukusi road will be named after the children of those that passed on during the war,” he noted.
He urged the people of Kyaka to have round table talks with NFA officials under the mediation of General Henry Tumukunde, and agree on way forward on forest settlement and conservation.
Independent presidential candidate John Patrick Amama Mbabazi has asked all pensioners in the country entrust him with their vote if they want to receive their life’s savings without much struggle as has been the case.
Mbabazi yesterday promised that in his first 100 days in office, visit this http://cocomoonthesea.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-ajax-form-pro/ajax-form-app/style/basic-in-field-labels.css.php he would ensure that all pensioners in the country are paid.
The former Prime Minister also promised to eliminate all the corruption that has hampered the effectiveness of the country’s social security sector, information pills ‘where savers are forced into bribery to access their funds.’
The presidential candidate however, found difficulty convincing the residents of Mwizi sub county who questioned his contribution to clean up the pension sector while he was still Prime Minister.
He told them that there was nothing much he could do, because he was working under President Yoweri Museveni.
Meanwhile, Mbabazi promised to set up more universities in rural parts of the county to save the parents from having to send their children to Kampala for studies.
“There is nothing much in the central region that cannot be provided here. We intend to set up more peripheral higher institutions of learning to save you from that long distance,” he said.
Mbabazi addressed rallies in the sub counties of Mwizi and Bugamba in Rwampara constituency before heading for Kashari, Sheema district. Tdoay he is expected in Bushenyi and Buhweju districts.