Friday, May 29, 2015

Anglican Church launches Namugongo water bottling plant

From Uganda-

The Anglican Church has commissioned the construction of the Namugongo water bottling plant worth sh 500m. The Bishop of Namirembe Diocese, Wilberforce Kityo, presided over the function at the Anglican Martyrs’ Shrine in Namugongo.He was accompanied by the Rt. Rev. Bishop Joseph Muchai from Nakuru Archdiocese in Kenya.

As part of the activities to commemorate the Uganda Martyrs’ Day due next week Wednesday, the Church leaders, accompanied by several staff on the project’s building committee, also paid homage to the Martyrs’ Museum under construction at the same Shrine.Wilberforce Kityo explained that the (Anglican) Church had decided to start bottling safe drinking water from the “various springs” at the shrine to promote business tourism in the country.He called on the contractors (of the bottling plant) to be diligent and steadfast, with the first bottle of water from the plant expected to be unveiled during the June 3 Martyrs’ Day celebrations in Namugongo.  

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