Mbale, Uganda | ENTEBBENEWS.NET | Masaba Cultural Institution in partnership with the United Kingdom has agreed to construct a modern museum at the Mutoto Cultural site and plant two million tree seedlings in the Bugisu region.
This was revealed by Mike Mudoma the Masaba Cultural Leader III Umukuka while speaking on Friday to journalists at Cultural Institution’s Offices located at Malukhu in Mbale City.
Umukuka called a press conference at which he briefed journalists about his recent two-week visit to the UK He was accompanied by his prime minister Charles Walimbwa Peke, John Baptist Nambeshe opposition chief wipe also doubling as member of parliament representing Manajiya county in Bududa district among other legislators from Bugisu region.
According to Mudoma, they agreed with a group of people from Wales who will be traveling to Uganda to tour differsnt parts of Bugisu between February and March 2024.
He adds that if this museum is built, it will promote tourism and jobs to young people in Bugisu and also says that those trees will be planted in disaster-risk areas like Bududa, Namisindwa , Sironko, and Bulambuli districts.
Stephen Masiga, public relations officer at Masaba cultural institution has urged the Bamasaba to embrace the development and support the cultural institution so that such development can be promoted in Bugisu region.