Salim Saleh Meets Kigezi Region Local Government Leaders.

By our reporter

Kigezi Region Local Government Leaders have held a meeting with the National Coordinator of Operation Wealth Creation (OWC) Gen Caleb Akandwanaho Salim Saleh at his tactical base in Gulu District.

The Kigezi Region delegation was led by the Minister of State for Planning and Economic Development Hon Henry Musasizi who is also the Member of Parliament for Rubanda East.

The Delegation from Kigezi that met Gen Salim Saleh comprised of the LC 5 Chairpersons, Chief Adminstrative Officers, and Resident District Commissioners from the 6 districts of Kabale, Kisoro, Rubanda, Rukiga, Rukungiri and Kanungu.

According to a privy source that attended the meeting, the delegation discussed with Gen Saleh on how Kigezi Region can benefit from the government parish model development.

It’s also reported that the delegates also discussed with Gen Saleh on how Kigezi Region can continue benefiting from Operation Wealth Creation and other national programs.

The meeting was also attended by the Deputy Director General of Internal Security Organisation Lt Col Emmy Katabazi who is born in Rubanda District.

It’s from this meeting that it was agreed that Minister Henry Musasizi will work closely with Gen Saleh to ensure that the Parish Model Development becomes successful.

When contacted, Minister Musasizi said that he will address a press conference later about the deliberations that were discussed in the meeting.

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