WAKISO_UGANDA/NEWSDAY: Wakiso district officials’ aborted visit at Rosebud flowers on Wednesday has been rescheduled to a later date. Leaders had visited but were unable to access the facility because they exceeded the 20 cap number that contravened the covid19 guidelines.
Wakiso district Environment and wetland committee had visited Rosebud led by the District chairman Matia Lwanga Bwanika. A number of parliamentarians, local leaders and technical people also formed the delegation.
When they arrived at Rosebud main gate the security advised them to reduce them to five people in order to be allowed access to the premises but this wasn’t possible and the leaders were advised to find a new appointment.
Mr. Bwanika and his team had gone to Rosebud for a fact finding mission regarding environment issues. A new date will be communicated to all stakeholders.
The officer in charge of Namulanda police station who was in charge of the security at Rosebud asked the district Environment committee to reconcile with officials from Rosebud to decide when they should visit and do the assessment and to follow covid19 guide lines on their next visit.
“I appreciate the support given by Rosebud to our community and we shall work with them as a district if they continue to respect the NEMA guidelines “said Bwanika
Rajiv Rupalleria one of the directors of Rupalleria group said it is important that covid-19 guidelines are considered in the next visit.
“We have agreed with the district team to sit and find a date when they will visit the firm Rosebud again” Said Rajiv.
Bwanika’s team also visited Namulanda fish pond project, and wetland encroachers in Namulanda, Kyengera and Bulenga among other places.
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