Bunyoro Kitara Kingdom procures motorcycles for County Chiefs to ease implementation of activities.
With the transport challenge addressed, the Bunyoro Kitara County Chiefs have been urged to use the new motorcycles to actively participate in the implementation and monitoring of various activities in their respective constituencies.
Bunyoro Kitara Kingdom (BKK) has handed over 11 motorcycles to County Chiefs to support them in executing their work in servitude to the kingdom.
The handover following a two days capacity training for the Chiefs that discussed issues on implementation of planned issues of the Kingdom ministries where they serve.
During the handover ceremony the Bunyoro Kitara Kingdom Prime Minister Owek. Andrew Byakutaga urged them to actively participate in the implementation and monitoring of various activities in their respective constituencies while appreciating them for the services they tender to the Kingdom.
“The Chiefs & other Kingdom officials are being equipped with more skills and tools to enable them function better in line with the Kingdom's strategy of improving governance and competence of its officials” he said
The Kingdom Cabinet ministers interfaced with the Chiefs to enable them appreciate and support the implementation of planned activities/ programs of each ministry for the July- September Quarter.
Speaking at the handover ceremony, Hon Owagonza Robert, the Bunyoro Kitara Kingdom Minister of Finance and Planning asked Chiefs to use the motorcycles and other resources they are receiving in a responsible manner.
He said the funds budgeted for in the Kingdom's 2021/2022 financial year are being used in a transparent and accountable manner to improve on the services rendered by the Kingdom and contribute towards improving on the quality of life of the people.
The handover ceremony pictured above was attended by among others Rt. Hon. Isaac Kalembe Akiiki, Speaker (Omutalindwa) of Bunyoro Kitara Kingdom Parliament Rt. Hon Apollo John Rwamparo, the BKK Second Deputy Prime Minister & Minister of Tourism, Hon. Philip Katahoire, the BKK Minister for External Relations, Hon. Wairindi Wilson, the BKK Minister for Production, Hon. Byaruhanga Jackson, the BKK minister for Natural Resources, Hon. Dauda Chwa, the BKK Minister for Investment.
Among other ministers that interfaced with Chiefs were Hon. Katende Patrick, the BKK Minister for Youth and Social Services, Hon. Dinah Kasangaki.