KYOTERA – State Minister for Finance Haruna Kasolo will continue to touch lives of the people in his consituency even after losing the Parliamentary seat in the just concluded January 14th general elections.
Even before declaring that he will be standing for the position of Member of Parliament in Kyotera, Hon Haruna Kyeyune Kasolo the State Minister for Microfinance has been helping the people of Kyotera District under his Kasolo Foundation.
The Foundation has been helping create jobs and start businesses for the youth, men and women of Kyotera.
Even having not been voted as the Member of Parliament to represent the people of Kyotera, Kasolo is set to continue delivering just like he did before.
According to Allan Akiiki, the Manager of Kasolo Foundation, the foundation was set up to help the people in the constituency and not for any other reasons and that is why it is going to continue developing the people of Kyotera over the years.
He shares that among the things the Foundation has done and continues to do for the people of Kyotera is support their businesses through the Kasolo Microfinance that has given loans to business groups, SACCOs, given Boda Bodas to the youths, Pigs to start farming among other incentives.
“Through the Kasolo Foundation Radio which is on the frequency 89.3FM, the Foundation has helped in sentizing the people of Kyotera on issues to do with COVID-19 awareness, security, Education and Agriculture. We continue to plegde our support for members in the constituency to see that their lives are economically empowered and transformed for the better,” he shared.
He added that recently, women who had taken part in the Kasolo Foundation training initiative received their sowing Machines to go and start making money as they run their own business. The Farmers were also given pigs, Cows, High Bread Bananas and Hens among others.