General Aronda Nyakairima, Minister or Internal Affairs and Coordinator, National Security Information System (NSIS) Project has urged senior religious leaders under the auspices of the Inter-Religious Council of Uganda to support the government in mobilizing the masses to register for the national Identity Cards (IDs) in an exercise that will start soon.While meeting the Council of Presidents at the IRCU offices in Namirembe, General Aronda emphasized the importance of the National IDs in fighting crime by providing quick and reliable identification of criminals and criminal remnants among other benefits. “Let’s pray and pray safely in our churches
Lukiya Nakaweesi is a resident of Kinoni in Masaka district. She is married with two children. Before 2008, she was a housewife who depended on her husband, a Bodaboda rider for everything. But the bodaboda job would not raise enough money to meet all the family’s needs. In 2008 however, luck came knocking on Nakaweesi’s door. That is the year BUSODA, a faith based organization supported by the Inter-Religious Council of Uganda and USAID enrolled its programme of training caregivers in Kinoni.
to Faisol Kirabira a community worker with BUSODA, when the training of care
givers programme was enrolled in Kinoni, a group of up to 10 women was trained
in Income Generating Activities (IGA).
Lukiya Nakaweesi at her garment shop and salon at Kinoni trading center in Masaka district