Tayebwa Leads NRM Legislators To Ground Breaking Of NRM House In Kakumiro

Tayebwa Leads NRM Legislators To Ground Breaking Of NRM House In Kakumiro

By Our Reporter 

KAKUMIRO – The Deputy Speaker, who commended Prime Minister Nabbanja for convincing the President to elevate him from the Government Chief Whip role, commended the people of Bunyoro for supporting the NRM adding that their budgets for roads will be passed by Parliament when it is tabled.

“The people of Bunyoro should hold on to the NRM because you are now benefiting from it. The roads you talked about, the Prime Minister has already reported them to the President and he has directed. When they come to Parliament, we will work with the Bunyoro Caucus to pass them” he emphasized. He delivered a cash contribution of Sh60m from the President, Shs25m from the Speaker of Parliament.

Rt. Hon prime Minister Nabbanja welcoming Deputy speaker in Kakumiro

Supporting the Prime Minister on the Shs300m NRM house construction project, Ministers raised Sh50.1m of which Finance Minister Matia Kasaija pulled Sh10m. The Deputy Speaker was accompanied by several lawmakers who also made cash contributions to the function.

The Prime Minister assured the ruling party NRM of sustainable support in Bunyoro sub-region and promised to mobilise more resources to have the party office in Kakumiro District completed.

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