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Councilor Asumpta opens war on Sudhir’s construction project at ex-Ssese gate way beach


By Our Reporter in Entebbe
Councilor Asumpta Nakamya has opened a war on social media against Sudhir Ruparalia, the founder of Ruparalia Group of Companies over the tycoon’s ongoing construction project of a five star hotel at Ex-Sese Gateway Beach, in Kitubulu zone, Katabi Town Council.
Councilor Asumpta accuses the tycoon of dumping murrum soil in the lake which she says is degrading the environment. However the tycoon has clearance from all the relevant environment authorities allowing him to construct a modern Beach Resort hotel within the marked boundaries something the engineers are strictly following without encroaching on the lake.
Last week councilor Asumpta sent a group of youths at the construction site to demonstrate but upon reaching there they found no encroachment on the lake and instead asked contractors at the site to offer them jobs something management of Ruparalia Group promised to look into.
While addressing the press, management of Ruparalia foundation group promised to carryout construction works at the site and completes it without interfering or depleting the lake.
The Director of the Ruparelia Group Rajiv Ruparelia revealed that the acquisition of Ssese Gateway Beach, gave more momentum to the growth of the Ruparalia group in Uganda which presents an opportunity for the country to get facilities with services on international repute.
“The 350 room resort and convention centre, will have  4 restaurants, marina for 50 boats, 10 presidential suites, Convention Centre with carrying capacity of 3500 persons, additional conference facilities for about  1500 persons, small conference and meeting facilities, 3 wedding grounds and parking space for 1500 cars,” said Rajiv.

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