By Georgewilliam Kakooza
The Entebbe Municipality legislator Rosemary Tumusiime has called on the youth to save for the future and abstain from luxurious lifestyles.
She revealed this on Tuesday whilst commissioning the Bwokola Blacksmith Group where she donated spraying compressor machines and metal sheets worth UGX 7 Million.
This is a continuation of Hon. Tumusiime’s Nsiindika njake project that is engineered to equip small businesses recover from the Covid-19 partial lockdown.
Tumusiime rallied the craftsmen to use the start-up capital to their best to attract more financial support from government. ‘Government has invested a lot of money in different projects, but only a few success stories’ said Tumusiime.
Tumusiime applauded the government for supporting the craftsmen and pledged to lobby for more support for her consitituents.
Tumusiime is to bid for another term in office come 2021 if she emerges on top in the NRM party primaries, and she will be on the same ballot paper with the likes of Abubaker Walusimbi, Stuart Lubwama, Alex Gitta, Patience Mubangizi, Madina Zalwango, Micheal Kakembo, and a host others vying for the same seat.
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