Thursday, 24 July 2014

Kasese Impresses Census 2014

By Samuel
Story By Edward
The people of Kasese have been challenged to impress and support the fourth coming 2014 census since it’s for the good of all Ugandans.
This was disclosed by the Kasese District vice Chairperson Tadeo Muhindo during a publicity stakeholders meeting held in the District council hall at Rukoki, in Kasese town.
He encouraged the people of Kasese to impress the exercise despite subscribing to the various tribes in the district. He said that they don’t want politics, stereo typing and prejudice during the census exercise. 

The deputy RDC Kasese Mr. Aminadab Muhindo said that it was very unfortunate that census is two year’s late but quickly added that all people should impress the exercise to help Government properly plan for all the people in the area. 
The 2014 census is organised under the theme “counting for planning and improved service delivery, with a slogan “together we count”.

The Kasese District planner Mr. Alex said they have received all the materials needed to be used during the census.
He encouraged all the people of Kasese impress the program adding that the results of the census are important to every Ugandan. 
The ten day Census is slated for 28th-6th. August this year.
The meeting chaired by the Kasese district Chief executive officer Mr. William Kanyesigye attracted various religious leaders, managers of radio stations including the President of the 7th day Adventist Mr. Mutwanga and the director Kasese Guide Radio Rev. Fr. Sunday Augustine Masereka among others.