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Entebbe Municipality to Protect and Preserve Historical Sites

Vincent Kayanja, the Entebbe Municipal Mayor says they're effectively ready to take on the duty and hope that it will likely be successful.

Entebbe, famously known to be the nation’s first ever administrative city has determined to mark, defend and protect tourism sites within their jurisdiction.

Entebbe holds a number of historic sites such as the Uganda Wildlife Training Centre, the first seat of the Ugandan Parliament, Parks, Botanical Gardens, Kigungu Missionary Shrine the place the primary missionaries Brother Amans Delmas and Simeone Loudel first touched the ground after circumnavigating Lake Victoria, amongst others.

Vincent Kayanja, the Entebbe Municipal Mayor says they’re effectively ready to take on the duty and hope that it will likely be successful.

“We’re very able to take on the duty and at the moment underneath our Tourism Growth there’s a master plan which we’re already engaged on like for instance we have now awarded some sites to completely different Tourism builders” he mentioned.

Kayanja additionally revealed that every thing might be dealt with within the subsequent monetary year 2020/2021.

The Senior Officer at the Uganda Tourism Board Daniel Illunga additionally emphasised on the necessity for collaborative duty where all tour operators engage in the preservation and promotion of all tourism, cultural and Historic sites in Entebbe.

 

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