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(TUPSA) donates to fight Covid19 in Uganda

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Kampala, Uganda: The Uganda Private Security Association (TUPSA) has donated 4200 liters of fuel worth Uganda shillings 15,000,000 to boost emergency medical workers in Uganda to perform their work amidst difficulties they face in the COVID 19 fight.

Chairman, Mr. Masiko Grace, Dr. Kayonga Kellen, the Association Member, and Hon Minister Karooro Okurut, the National Covid19 Response Task Fund Chairperson
Photo by Ronald Kabuubi/KMA Updates.

The donation of cash was delivered on Friday by Mr. Grace Masiko and Dr. Kayonga Kellen to the Minister in charge of COVID-19 National response fund Mary Karooro Okurut appointed by President Yoweri Museveni.”As a private security association which is the umbrella body of all Private security sector are humbled by the great contributions by our health workers and the guidance by His Excellency the President, whose efforts have been recognized not only locally but globally among them the World Health Organization in the effort to control the spread of Corona virus and we are obliged to support such noble cause” Grace Matsiko, the Uganda Private Security Association chairman who is Director of Eagle Eye Agency, a private security firm said.

Dr Kayonga Kellen a member of the Association and the Chairman Mr Grace Masiko making their Presentations.
Photo by Ronald Kabuubi/KMA Updates.

“This donation is a partial emergency contribution and the private security organizations are ready to give more” he added.”TUPSA is committed to working with the government to make any humble contributions to help the government’s efforts in this endeavor without which this epidemic may have dimensions beyond humanity’s reach”.”Already, a member company of TUPSA, Askar Security services, has donated 20,000 pairs of gloves and 3500 masks to Mulago Referral National Hospital a while ago when the association launched the appeal fund among the members” Matsiko further added.

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