President Museveni has commissioned a road construction project connecting Kabusu Bunamwaya Lweza in Wakiso District.
President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni says the road will improve the transport network in the area as well as promoting other infrastructural development like hospitals and schools.
Unveiling the project at Aggrey Memorial Secondary School, president Yoweri Kaguta Museveni said it will improve transport in the area and also promote development with other infrastructures like schools and hospitals.
The Kabusu-Bunamwaya Lweza road is eight (8) kilometre road under KCCA five roads construction plan of Kampala Institutional and Infrastructural Project, with aid from World Bank.
“What we are doing, like roads it’s development in the area. But I want you to utilise this development we have brought, to achieve something like wealth creation and properties,” Museveni advising Bunamwaya residents.
Similarly, president Museveni urged Ugandans to hold their leaders accountable, ask them to consider their needs first if at all they want to get such development projects in their areas.
“If spending time comes, some say we want to travel abroad, to tour those countries. My friends how can you make lavish travels when Bunamwaya residents don’t have roads,” said President Museveni.
Minister for Kampala, Olive Betty Namisango Kamya, said the Kabusu- Bunamwaya Lweza road will help reduced traffic congestion on Entebbe road.
“So far we have highlighted 96 roads in Kampala. But we thought Kampala cannot live in isolation of Wakiso and other Metropolitan areas. These roads will help to divert traffic from Entebbe road,” Minister Kamya said.