Kyabazinga tours oil terminal in Entebbe
His Majesty William Gabula Nadiope, IV, Isebantu Kyabazinga of Busoga on Thursday 28th October 2021 paid a courtesy call to Mahathi Infra Uganda in Entebbe, a company constructing a 70000 KL Oil Terminal for Storage of HSD Gasoline, Jet A-1. This particular venture is among those aimed at driving Uganda to the middle-income status.
Touring some of their works in the company of the Project Manager, Dinesh Donani, the monarch was assured by his hosts that by the end of December, the company will be undertaking final test runs.
The project manager further told the King about the support they keep getting from the different stakeholders that has enabled them to stay on track as far as their project works are concerned.
The Kyabazinga, who was impressed by the ongoing works at the facility, commended the government and its partners for the job well done on the facility in addition to the construction of preliminary works to the facility right from Kawuku/ Kisubi to the facility.
The King further appreciated the investors for providing employment to Ugandans.
Established in 2015, Mahathi Infra Uganda aims to vitalize the natural resource for Lake Victoria, the second largest lake in the world. Backed by deep engineering expertise and vast experience, the company provides a full range of specialized maritime infrastructure to the oil industry in Uganda. The company, that provides reliable seaborne transportation of oil from Kenya to Uganda, works towards reducing the fuel transportation costs in Uganda (above 35-40%).