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National Resistance Movement Diaspora Member Phillip Kakuru donates back home to fight Covid19

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A Ugandan based in the diaspora has been touched and has contributed towards President Yoweri Museveni’s request to the rich and individuals to contribute generously towards the fight of the deadly pandemic of Covid19.

Mr Fred Opolot (R) with Mr Kato Phillip (Middle) display the Ugshs 20,000,000 Million representing Mr Kakuru Phillip.Photo by Ronald Kabuubi/KMA Updates.

Mr Kakuru Phillip, a teacher man based in South Africa represented by Mr Kato Phillip handed over a cheque of (Ugs20,000000Million) to the Political overseer of the National Response Fund Hon. Mary Karooro Okurut on Thursday evening at the Office of the Prime Minister.

The Political overseer of the National Response Fund to COVID 19 Hon Minister Karooro Okurut (second left accepts the dummy Cheque of Ugshs 20,000,000 from Mr. Phillip Kato (3rd left) and Mr. Fred Opolot who represented Mr. Phillip Kakuru.Photo by Ronald Kabuubi/KMA Updates.

The Political overseer of the National Response Fund to COVID 19 Hon Minister Karooro Okurut (second left accepts the dummy Cheque of Ugshs 20,000,000 from Mr. Phillip Kato (3rd left) and Mr. Fred Opolot who represented Mr. Phillip Kakuru.Photo by Ronald Kabuubi/KMA Updates.
Kakuru says “as the Patron NRM Diaposra Southern Africa Chapter
This is in response to President Museveni call for companies and individuals to support the fight against COVID-19″
We in the Diaspora despite the challenges we have we felt obliged to lend a hand in this fight as it’s a concerted effort together with colleagues in the greater NRM Diaspora.
Mr Kakuru is a Ugandan /South African National based in Johannesburg ‘
He is a South Africana Qualified teacher by profession and a financial analyst, He has also contributed to Ugandan community drive towards Covid-19 in South Africa through community organizations like COUSA and NRM chapter in providing relief aid to those in Gauteng, Northwest, and Durban.


On a different note, he employs over 100 Ugandan nationals in his Rostec Education group where he is the Chairman and CEO, the institution that operates in six provinces of South Africa and runs a Post School education, secondary and a cybersecurity and governance institute that does work for Municipalities in South Africa, Southern African countries (SADC) and East Africa including Uganda.


On the NRM mobilization drive, he initiated and funded the first inaugural NRM Diaspora delegates conference that was held on 7th December 2019 Johannesburg South Africa.

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