Fatih Mohamed (blue shirt) tries out the commissioned water source


RONALD Kibuule, State Minister for Water also Mukono North Member of Parliament  together with a Turkish investor Fatih Mohamed have delivered clean water in Lutengo village, Nama sub county in Mukono district.
Handing over the only water source in the area on Sunday, investor Fatih Mohamed whose late father Mehmet Sabri Bilgic treasured generosity mainly for the vulnerable communities noted that his father cared for the less previledged members of society.
“We are among the Turkish investors in Uganda who do our corporate social responsibility well. However, to me as a person,am under obligation to continue with the legacy of my late father who always helped whenever need arose and he had resources at hand.”Fatih Mohamed told excited residents during the commissioning of the borehole.

Isa Kirarira with reflector jacket explains to the donors

He said, “Being here today is a clear manifestation that my later father’s legacy must continue. This borehole is in memory of my father to the people of Lutengo.”
He however, asked the community to use the water source responsibly without any discrimination based on age, tribe, academic level, status among others.
On his part, Isa Kirarira, Executive Director of Nile Humanitarian Development Agency that lobbied for the borehole noted that the Minister asked their organization to avail water to the community.
“As we commission this borehole today, you ought to know that your area Member of Parliament Hon. Kibuule lobbied for this water source.” He emphasized adding that the borehole will go a long way in improving the hygiene of the area amidst the Coronavirus outbreak since water has been a major challenge in the vicinity.
The Minister, who was represented by one of his aides commended Nile Humanitarian Development Agency and their partner for fulfilling his request.
Kibuule is committed to continue lobbying for his electorates.
The Lutengo community has since formed a water management committee responsible for the general maintenance of their new acquired water source.
The humanitarian agency is at the forefront of donating boreholes, mosques, schools and food to vulnerable members of society. Several areas across the country have benefited from their generosity in one way or the other.This agency has donated several boreholes since its inception.

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