Centenary Bank-Kasese donates relief items to IDPs at Bwitho Primary school

By: Peter Masereka

By Peter Masereka,

Centenary Bank-Kasese Branch has on Monday donated food and nonfood relief items to the internally displaced people recently at Bwitho Primary school now encamped at Kyalhumba Catholic Parish, in Kyalhumba town council.

The relief items worth 15 million shillings under the Banks Cooperate social responsibility include, 900kg of maize flour, 1500 of cassava flour, 173 blankets and 40 boxes of soap among others.

Speaking to our reporter shortly after Mass at Kyalhumba Catholic Parish, Centenary Bank Regional manager, Mr. James Katamba who represented the managing director Mr. Fabian Kasi sympathized with the affected families, encouraging them to engage in tree planting as one way to combat global warming. Mr. James speaking …….

Mr. Selevano Masereka, the Manager Kasese main branch asked their clients whose businesses were destroyed during disasters to follow the rightful procedures so that Insurance can compensate their loans.

Mr. Selevano speaking ……..

In his homily while presiding over Holy Mass to the internally displaced people, the Kyalhumba Parish priest Rev. Fr. Cosmas Asaba Musungu reported that the camp has over 220 households, among them traders and Forty Catechists.Fr. Cosmas speaking …..

The Area Member of Parliament Hon. Harold Tonny Muhindo commended the Ministry of works and transport for bringing machinery to begin reconstruction of the destroyed stracture.Hon. Harold speaking……

More will come in our subsequent news broadcast. END.