PEP stores donates 66M/= to fight Covid19
By Kitts D.Mabonga
PEP stores Uganda Ltd has joined the race to donate towards the Covid19 fund as requested by President Yoweri Museveni recently so that proceeds can go to support those affected and infected by the corona virus pandemic.
While handing over the 66M/= dummy cheque worth clothes, the company country manager Mr. Liaan Scholtes told the general duties minister in the office of prime minister Mary Karooro Okurut that they were responding to the presidential appeal for the good of the country.
THE CHEQUE IS HERE;[L-R] Bishop Jushua Lwere, minister Okurut and Mr.Liaan pose for a memorable picture moment in Kampala recently.
Liaan pointed out that PEP stores is the leading clothes for the family and nation chain of houses which
imports high quality all types and colours of clothes that any family can appreciate for any season at a time.
The stores are scattered among several districts of the country offering all the clothes anybody can buy, wear and become a king of him/her on top of commanding respect among colleagues.
The boss urged the public to stay at home stay safe and continue observing the ministry of health guidelines of social distancing alongside washing hands frequently to avoid falling victim to Covid19.
The minister thanked PEP stores for coming out with this clothes consignment saying it would be sent out to those persons affected and infected by the Covid19 pandemic like among quarantine sites.
Bishop Joshua Lwere who is a fund members also thanked the stores group for the gesture saying others should follow suit.