Game discount World donates Tents to Covid19

[ABOVE] Is Sekalala, Olwit, Patrick Muheirwe and Minister Karooro pose with the donated tent consignment.

Game discount World donates Tents to Covid19

By Our Reporter


The government has commended the leadership  of Game discount World (U) Ltd for coming out with a totally unique donation  of  camping accommodation tents that are key in the fight against the Covid19 pandemic especially for the field medical and security teams.

DISCUSSING COVID-19 ISSUES; The Game store manager Frederick Olwit extreme right presenting his before the fun officials yesterday.

The remarks were yesterday made by the general duties minister in the  office of prime minister Mary Karooro Okurut on behalf of the national response fund to Covid19 while receiving a humble donation of 25 pieces of three sleeper camp master tents worth 25M/=.

The Game  is the single largest supermarket in the country located at Lugogo mall,Lugogo bypass road in Nakawa division offering all tribes of  human interest goods for   homes and families.

THE DONATION; [L-R] Aga Sekalala Junior is flanked by minister Okurut,Frederick  Olwit and fund administrator Dorothy Kisaka.The team was posing for a memorable picture moment shortly after the donation.

The facility store manager Mr. Frederick Olwit told the fund team members that management took a deliberate decision in response to the presidential appeal  and decided to secure these high quality all weather three sleeper camping tents to meet the mobile accommodation needs of Covid19 personnel along the 53 border points of the country.

Okurut thanked Game store for the timely donation saying no single person or organisation had imaged of donating tents to meet the mobile accommodation needs of both medical and security teams manning the porous borders of the country.

Flanked by fund members,Dorothy Kisaka, the administrator,Aga Sekalala junior and Patrick Muheirwe, urged more companies and individuals to step forward and donate anything of value to  the fund which was set up by president Museveni to support government in combating the  corona virus pandemic.

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