Mpigi Woman MP Teddy Nambooze donates 3 tonnes of maize flour, 5,000 masks, soap to her residents affected by 42 days of lockdown

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Mpigi Woman MP Nambooze Teddy donates 3 tonnes of maize flour, 5,000 masks, soap to needy people affected by 42 days of lockdown.

Mpigi district Woman MP Nambooze Teddy has donated relief aid to Mpigi residents affected by the 42 Covid-19 lockdown declared by president Yoweri Kaguta Tibuhabulwa Museveni.

Mp Nambooze under Bereramu Munno Campaign program launched two weeks ago at Mpigi district headquarters, has donated 3tonnes of maize flour, 1 tonne of rice, and cooking oil.

Among other items include; 300ltrs of liquid soap, 12 boxes bar soap, 5,000 face masks, sanitisers and 60 big posters with Covid-19 sensitising message.

Ggoli parish priest Msgr. Joseph Njala blessed these items and flagged off them to be delivered to the needy appreciated hon Nambooze for her effort to help the needy.

“We applaud our Woman MP Hon Nambooze to care about the needy. Leaders must be exemplary and caring to the people,” says Msgr. Njala.

Hon Nambooze has started with People With Disability (PWD), giving them Maize flour, soap and Masks.

Ms Nambooze also addressed residents of Mpigi Town Council on a community radio, sensitizing them how to avoid contracting the Corona Virus and the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).

After the talkshow, she delivered liquid soap to Mpigi Town Council Market and masks.

“I have started implementing the Bereramu Munno Campaign we launch two weeks ago by donating what I can at the moment. We need to help one another during this period,” says MP Nambooze.

“I cannot wait the office of the prime minister to act, because according to the Rt Hon Nabbanja Mpigi was not considered we is not fair, and as I always say that many people in Mpigi are in need during this period of lockdown,” she added.

Mpigi district chairman Ssejjemba Martin has amplified the call for people in a position to help others.

“We’re frustrated by the office of the prime minister and ministry of health, they are very slow at responding to the urgent needs during this period,” says Mr Ssejjemba.

“I encourage the people of Mpigi to implement Bereramu Munno Campaign, where a village donner helps a village needy,” Mr Ssejjemba added.

Over 750 people have been tested positive of Covid-19 in the latest updates released by the district Covid-19 Taskforce.


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