Covid19 Fight: Mpigi NUP MPs Hilderman & Teddy Nambooze donate 1,000 face masks, 5 sanitary water tanks to Muduuma sub-county

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  • Covid19 Fight: Mpigi NUP MPs Hilderman & Teddy Nambooze donate 1,000 face masks, 5 sanitary water tanks to Muduuma sub-county. Whisper Eye News

Mpigi National Unity Platform (NUP) Hon Kiyaga Hilary Innocent popularly known as Dr. Hilderman Mawokota North MP, and Mpigi district woman MP Nambooze Teddy donated five sanitary water tanks and about 1,000 masks to Muduuma Sub-county.

Muduuma Sub-county chairman Kakembo Musa who heads the Covid-19 Taskforce committee mobilized legislators to be part of the sensitization drive program of Covid-19 in the sub-county.

MP Kiyaga discouraged residents not to attend burials, even those of close relatives nor friends during this period of Covid-19.

” Don’t go for burials during this period of Covid-19, observe all Standard Operating procedures to save your life,” says Hon Kiyaga.

“You’re going to die, if you don’t listen to what the doctors say, and you will be buried like dogs! Avoid crowded areas, stay home,” he added.

Hon Kiyaga asked parents to take care of their children and be responsible during the ongoing Covid-19 lockdown.

The district woman MP Nambooze Teddy asked Muduuma residents to struggle as much as they can to prevent themselves from contracting the deadly Corona Virus.

Dr. Hilderman Mawokota North MP, and Mpigi district woman MP Nambooze Teddy

“Please fight hard to avoid getting Corona Virus, there is drugs to cure it. The best way is to avoid it as much as possible. Always mask up and avoid crowded places,” says MP Nambooze.

“We are still asking the government to come in during this lockdown period with relief programs, but let us take the lead in this battle by preventing contracting the Corona Virus,” she added.

MPs Kiyaga and Nambooze asked residents to always wash their hands with soap or sanitize.

Chairman Kakembo also donated bar soap, and liquid soap and encouraged all residents to take care of the sanitary water tanks.

The sensitization drive started from Jjeza town, the Bujuuko town, and Bujuuko Market and ended at Byala Market.

The team was accompanied by Mudduma LC V district councilor Ssendyowa Frank.


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