President Yoweri Museveni has vowed no tolerance to characters who harass and cause insecurity in some parts of Kampala.
Museveni who was on Monday launching the Kkubiri Furniture Makers Development initiative, workshop, warned that no one has got the right to harass others.
He told the gathering that they have a debt of removing people in leadership who are opposing NRM in its development efforts in Kampala.
Kampala City Authority Minister, Hon. Betty Kamya, revealed that the people of Kampala love and are impressed with the support that President Museveni has given them.
She saluted him for providing equipment to the working community to help them boost their ventures.
While requesting the President to intervene and solve the challenges of insecurity in some parts of Kampala, Minister Kamya challenged the people to work hard as the Government has provided them with the required tools.
The Chairman of Kubbiri Furniture Makers Development Initiative, Mr. Godfrey Kizito, saluted President Museveni for facilitating them with scholarships and working tools.
He said the donation of a truck would promote their trade. He requested the President for more scholarships and showrooms.
Nsambya Furniture Makers’ Chairman, Mr. Saddam Muleke Moses revealed that they have made big strides in their business following President Museveni’s donation of a workshop to them.
He said that the facility has enabled them train several youths in furniture making skills.
Later as he travelled to State House, Entebbe, President Museveni made a stopover at Namulanda along Kampala – Highway and directed State House Comptroller, Mrs. Lucy Nakyobe Mbonye, to look into the challenges affecting the youth of Method Construction Company Ltd who make bricks for sale.
He also talked to the youth who are grouped under their organisation called Kitubulu Car Washers Youth Group near Lake Victoria.
He again directed the State House Comptroller to appreciate their challenges.