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Jacob Omutuuze starts to walk the talk as Councilor LC III

Throughout his campaigns, Dembe FM presenter and Bunamwaya LC III chairman Jacob Omutuuze promised that he would first consider the people of Bunamwaya before anything else. He also promised to be their servant until he could no longer serve them anymore.

Now, he has started walking the talk as Bunamwaya Chairman LC III elect. Jacob Omutuuze recently mobilized and received goods from snow paints, Roofings Uganda Limited, and Dembe distributors that he donated to the people of Bunamwaya.

The targeted people include the disabled, elderly, and unemployed mothers, and among the items, they received include bags of rice, sugar, posho, washing soap among others.

“We are all going through a hard time but some people are lucky that they at least have something little they can afford to feed themselves. Some are less fortunate and it is this group that needs help. As the councilor of Bunamwaya, I mobilized for them to receive some items from different partners, and today that has been achieved. Hope it can put a smile on their faces,” said Jacob.

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