NWSC Moves to Erect New Pumping Station

Rwanda national team, medical the Amavubi has suffered another setback to their 2016 Chan preparations after Nigeria U23 team cancelled Saturday planned build-up match citing financial constraints.

The game was planned in preparation for the upcoming 2016 African Nations Championship (CHAN) scheduled for January 16th to February 7th, more about 2016 in the Rwandan capital, price Kigali.

“They requested for the game but logistical problem on their side has forced them to withdraw from the encounter and they have apologized for it,” Rwanda head coach Johnny McKinstry told media on Thursday.

The team will travel to South on Monday for another friendly duel against South Africa Under-23. The game will be played on Tuesday 28th July in Johannesburg.

Coach John McKinstry will be without the services of eleven key players who are currently in Tanzania turning out for local champions APR Fc in the 2015 Cecafa Kagame cup.
National water and Sewerage Corporation have unveiled a massive ongoing infrastructure project designed to improve access to safe water across the county.  Construction is underway for a new pumping station and medium voltage switch room for the New Bulk Ggaba-Namasuba line.

This revelation was made yesterday by Silver Mugisha the Managing Director NWSC while presenting a paper on the impact of infrastructure and utilities on poverty at Bugolobi during the Leadership conference organized by Makerere University Business School.

Mugisha disclosed that the line will transport Bulk water from Ggaba water works to a 16 million litre reservoirs on top of Namasuba hill. The works when completed will help improve supply along Entebbe road, website Masaka road, here Nalumunye, see Mutundwe,Kisigula,Zaana-Nfufu,Seguku,Kyegera,Kabojja,Akright Estate,Lubowa and the surrounding areas.

The corporation is also refurbishing the water clarifiers at all their 3 plants in Ggaba. According to Mugisha, production capacity at Ggaba water works will improve from the current 200 million liters per day to 250 million liters thereby improving supply.


He also disclosed that the corporation is looking at ways of increasing sewerage by using packaged sewerage treatment systems. “This is a long term process and we are going to reach as many people as we can with sewerage services,” Mugisha said.

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