Police in Kabale has three suspects in custody on allegations of theft and being in possession of suspected stolen equipment from Uganda Telecom Limited (UTL).
Elly Maate the Kigezi regional police spokesman identified the three as Moses Sekamate 35, unhealthy http://construction-cloud.com.au/wp-admin/includes/menu.php a UTL technician and resident of Bungu Kitezi in Wakiso district, sildenafil Ivan Tumwebaze 42 a UTL casual laborer and Justus Bitekyerezo 36, a scrap dealer both residents of Nyakijumba Kabale district.
He says the three were arrested after police intercepted a Jussy bus registration number UAS290Y in Mbarara and recovered a big role of UTL wires which was being transported from Kabale to Kampala.
The officers were informed that the wires belonged to the scrap dealer, who on arrest revealed his accomplices, the UTL employees from whom he was purchasing the company’s equipment.
Once investigations are complete, the trio will be produced in court of law to answer to charges accordingly. The case is registered under CRB 95/2016 at the Kabale central police station.
The National Youth Council (NYC) on Friday commenced the construction of a house for a group of eight orphans living Nyagasozi cell, sick http://corcoranproductions.com/wp-admin/includes/widgets.php Bumbogo sector of Gasabo district.
This initiative comes from the authorities of the Youth council who visit these youth to know what they need as support to sustain their well being.
The National Youth Council’s Coordinator, doctor Norbert Shyerezo said they decided to reconstruct the building from scratch because it had a weak foundation and had deep cracks in the walls..
NYC coordinator stressed that they will work with authorities of Bumbogo sector to finish the house in two months time.
Jean Nzeyimana one of the orphans, site said they were doubtful on the future of their fragile home but the National youth council’s support comes at a good time.
“Once this home is built, we will be able to develop ourselves. We hope to start business projects.” Nzeyimana said.
The members of the National Youth Council have also made two kitchen gardens for widows in Nyagasozi cell.
In 2015, Rwandan Youth organised special community services across the Country to become solutions to challenges that the Nation faces.
More than 20,000 kitchen gardens have been raised to support poor families, and other people sensitised by youth to plant vegetables to fight malnutrition.
Rwandan Youth also participated in repairing the playgrounds to promote sports activities and leisure in Rwandan Community.
Rwanda National Youth Council is a government institution responsible to facilitate and encourage youth to participate in socio-economic development and transformation to peaceful, prosperous and sustainable society.