Akright residents pick new Association bosses

Akright residents pick new Association bosses

By Our Reporter


Democracy can be very interesting because people are given an opportunity to elect their leaders without a fight which sends a strong message of warning and caution to any would be a dictator that he can never be returned during a free and fair democratic election.

And  just last week the residents of Akright city at Bwebajja off Entebbe r road held their annual general meeting at the Palm valley golf course grounds were they picked their new leaders.

The peaceful meeting  was attended by over 60 residents from  over a dozen  villages that make up the city and was presided over by the outgoing  Association president Mr. Herbert Muhumuuza  which discussed a cross section issues that affect them as a community that include security, infrastructure development, health, education  among others.

The elections ended with a new team which is led by Mr.Joseph Bagambaki Kalisa who pledged to continue with the responsibility of mobilizing and encouraging new members to subscribe with the Association so that each one’s contribution can help foster greater development within Akright city which is the only such highly organized residential place with planned and orderly infrastructure in the entire country which act explains why many largely members of the corporate class are thronging this city so that they can grab those few remaining residential houses of any size and designs.

The managing director of this highly billed and prestigious city Mr.Anatooli Kamugisha told the residents that they are working jointly with Kajjansi town council and Wakiso district in ensuring that they offer them technical advice as they continue putting up more new houses and all the accompanying modern infrastructure that befits a person at the level of diplomats.

Kamugisha thanked all the residents for supporting the Akright Estates Ltd in fulfilling her dream of putting a world class residential city fully furnished with all tribes of infrastructure.


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