UPMRA officials in Kigali, Rwanda for EALA week on legislative matters.
The main visit and submission to EALA MPs in Kigali was to help backtrack the one sided polythene Control Bill,an act that destroys industrial status in the region.The Bill has been highly criticized by not only industrial scholars but also the environmental activists who have respect for initiation of vastly growing 3Rs around the world.
OUR EFFORTS (UMA with Sali Goddie, UPMRA ATM Brown,KACITA With Issa Kizito, Plasto/Pipeline chief, Naim Sabra) were paid off. Our aim was to seek further consultations with most affected people. It worked well, right now the Bill has been pushed on to seek more consultation