Wednesday, November 20, 2019
Minister Betty Urges City Resident to Fry Chicken Droppings for Money

The residents if Kabowa in Lubaga division have put minister betty Kamya to explain to them when the government and KCCA plan to construct the drainage channel that has been problematic for a long time.

The minister interfaced with the resident of Sembule in Kabowa where she had gone with the purpose of sensitizing them about improving livelihood, the minister urged the locals to engage in frying & selling chicken droppings because they are marketable, according to the minister.

 

 Michael Eddy the Sembuule zone chairperson recounted to the minster that the local leadership is working tirelessly to improve on the livelihood of resident and to ensure the security of the locals. Ronald Kigobero one of the youths that have worked hard to improve the livelihood of the youths appealed to Betty Kamya to support them in the fight against poverty.

Minister betty assured the youths that it is the president’s and government’s pleasure to see the youths advancing in development.

Noteworthy, the Kabowa parish is so crowded and mostly with the youths though not many have jobs and generally the area is poverty-stricken.

 

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