‘DON’T RELAX ABOUT STOPPING THE SPREAD OF COVID-19, IT KILLS’, BULEMEEZI COUNTY CHIEF MULONDO CAUTIONS KABAKA’S SUBJECTS

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Mutumba (in a maroon court) handing over Covid-19 donations to Kkangawo Mulondo. Extreme left in a blue court is Ssekamatte

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OWEK. RONALD Mulondo, the Bulemeezi County Chief in Buganda Kingdom has cautioned Kabaka’s subjects in Bulemeezi not to relax thinking Covid-19 has been  defeated. He  reminded them that the virus is still roaring  and eating up the world.
Speaking at a function held at the County Headquaters in Bbowa from where he received three water tanks each with a capacity of 1000 litres donated by RAP & Sons from United Kingdom, Kkangawo (a title given to Bulemeezi county chief) said Kabaka’s subjects must continue observing ministry of Health guidelines to avoid getting infected and spreading Coronavirus.
“We still have Covid-19 cases in Uganda. It is not yet over. We don’t want to lose Kabaka’s subjects. Therefore you are all requested to continue observing the guidelines given by central Government and Ministry of Health to stay safe.” Said Kkangawo Ronald Mulondo.
He thanked RAP & Sons for the donation calling them good samaritans who have given at a time of need.
RAP & Sons originates from Bulemeezi County.
They are led by Dr. Prossy Najjuma together with Dr. Luyinda Lutaaya, the Kabaka’s Envoy in United Kingdom.
Kkangawo said, “The three water tanks will be given to three schools to help them in keeping clean water. The schools are; Kkangawo Junior School, Bbowa Vocational and Bbowa Polytechnic.”
On addition to the three tanks RAP & Sons donated to Bulemeezi County, they gave out liquid soap and sanitizers. 
According to Ministry of Health, regular washing of hands using water and soap or sanitizer kills Coronavirus instantly before it enters one’s body.
Kkangawo Mulondo will use the donations to fight the spreading of Coronavirus. 
RAP & Sons together with T.Cribb were represented by Patrick Ssekamatte and Aaron Mutumba to deliver the donation.
The same team donated water tanks, liquid soap and sanitizers to Kiwoko Hospital received by Dr. Peter Sserwadda.
He commended the team saying,  water is very important in fighting Covid 19.

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