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Entebbe Covid19 Task-force receives tonnes of Food donation, necessities

By Harriet Asingura

Several people have so far donated food and essential items to Entebbe Covid19 task-force headed by Nuhu Njuki the area Residential District Commissioner (RDC). Among these include business people and politicians all of whom donated at different intervals. However, some donors preferred their relief items to be channeled to specific groups of people through the area task-force. Among the beneficiaries were medics and patients at Entebbe general referral hospital which is handling Covid19 cases. Other relief items were specifically directed to disabled persons and people who were affected by the rising water levels of lake Victoria.

Pictorial:

Fabrice Rulinda (right) a businessman in Entebbe municipality handing over food relief to Entebbe deputy RDC Nuhu Njuki. He donated over 7tonnes of maize flour, milk, beans among other items towards medics and patients at Entebbe general hospital

 

Vincent Kayanja (red shirt) the Entebbe municipality mayor with a team from Indian association, handing over food and relief items to Entebbe task force

 

Wakiso district woman MP (centre) handing over 2 tonnes of maize flour at Entebbe municipality Covid19 task force. The donation was directed to eight fishing landing sites in Entebbe and Katabi town council

 

Rose Tumusiime (right) the Entebbe municipality MP handing over maize flour to Entebbe Covid19 task force led by deputy RDC Nuhu Njuki

 

Ronald Kalema (right) the Katabi town council chairperson with his deputy Betty Nanyombi (left) donating maize flour, sugar and 102Kg of packed fish towards children suffering from hydrocephalus and spina bifida

 

Stephen Shaka Gashaija (2nd left) handing over 50 bunches of Matooke to Nuhu Njuki the Entebbe deputy RDC

 

Frank Wananda and Albert Ahereza from the Uganda Air Traffic Controllers Association donating 250kg of maize flour, sugar among other necessities to mothers of children suffering from Hydrocephalus and Spina Bifida

 

Nuhu Njuki (left) the Wakiso deputy RDC in charge of Entebbe together with Ronald Kalema (2nd left) the Katabi town council chairperson receiving 2 tonnes of maize flour from Aurith Anand and Issaq Mohammed of Thriving technology ltd and Victoria treasures ltd

 

Ronald Kalema (2nd left) the Katabi Town Council Chairperson with Ven. Bhikkhu Buddharakkhita the Abbot and President of Uganda Buddhist centre

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