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Museveni commissions Mukono-Katosi Road works
Publish Date: Jul 07, 2014
Museveni commissions Mukono-Katosi Road works
President Yoweri Museveni flaging off the upgrading of Mukono-Katosi/Kisoga-Nyenga Road. PHOTO/Henry Nsubuga
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By Vision Reporter

President Yoweri Museveni has flagged off the upgrading of Mukono-Katosi/Kisoga-Nyenga Road from gravel to bitumen standard.


Mukono-Katosi/Kisoga-Nyenga Road is to cost sh165b.

The 74km long Road is to be upgraded from gravel to bitumen standard in fulfillment of the President’s pledge.

Mukono-Kisoga-Nyenga link is to provide alternative route and aid congested Kampala-Jinja Road to Eastern Uganda to  Kenya, Port of Mombasa.


Thanking the President for a job well done or catching the eye of the President? PHOTO/Henry Nsubuga


 

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