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Construction of 42 Kilometers Kyegegwa Road Resumes

21 Oct 2021 · John Kisoke, the Kyegegwa LCV Chairperson says that the contractor will continue with the road works. According to Kisoke, district leaders and George Sande, the Managing Director met at the Office of the Prime Minister over the matter.

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Construction of 42 Kilometers Kyegegwa Road Resumes 3 1

John Kisoke, the Kyegegwa LCV Chairperson says that the contractor will continue with the road works. According to Kisoke, district leaders and George Sande, the Managing Director met at the Office of the Prime Minister over the matter.
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Vendors in Fort Portal City Exempted from Daily Dues 5 1

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Sorry State of Roads Irks Bunyangabu Farmers 2 1

“Whereas our district is known as one of the leading agricultural areas particularly when it comes to Matooke and coffee production, we feel deprived because of the status of our roads. We were happy that the season had changed and we would sell our produce at a higher price but this has not worked because vehicles cannot pass through any road to access our produce,” he said.