PUBLISHED — 16th, January 2024

Plascon paints have provided a significant boost to the beautification endeavors of the Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) by contributing 600 liters of road marking paint.

The formal handover of this donation took place at City Hall, with Hajat Minsa Kabanda, the Minister of Kampala Capital City and Metropolitan, officially receiving the contribution during a ceremony.

Commending Plascon for its support in the city's pursuit of enhancing its beauty, Minister Kabanda urged other stakeholders to follow suit and contribute to the ongoing efforts to beautify the city.

Specifically, she emphasized that the provided paint would be instrumental in marking roads, a crucial aspect of the city's improvement initiatives.

Santosh Gumte, the Managing Director of Kansai Plascon, represented the paint manufacturer and highlighted their pivotal role as a crucial ally in the ongoing initiative to enhance the visual appeal of the Central Business District (CBD) roads.

Dorothy Kisaka, the Executive Director of Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA), expressed gratitude for Plascon's substantial contribution of 600 liters of high-quality road marking paint.

Kisaka highlighted the visible impact of the initiative, with ongoing painting projects already transforming the cityscape.

"We really appreciate Plascon's commitment," said Kisaka. "This partnership is not just about paint; it's about community collaboration to create a vibrant and visually appealing city."

Santosh Gumte, the Managing Director of Kansai Plascon, emphasized the vital role of collective endeavors in shaping a city that mirrors its lively spirit.

He emphasized the company's dedication to supporting such initiatives that contribute to the overall improvement of Kampala.

Daniel Kayongo, the Brand Manager for Plascon, emphasized the company's dedication to the beautification cause.

"Our involvement goes beyond providing paint. We are invested in ensuring Kampala remains a symbol of beauty," stated Kayongo.

The collaboration, which began in November, has seen various entities benefit from Plascon's support in their efforts to contribute to the city's transformation.

The initiative extends beyond the CBD, touching numerous areas to create a more aesthetically pleasing environment for residents and visitors alike.

"We are doing this to ensure our city is beautiful. We have been supporting even other entities," affirmed Kayongo. "The impact of this initiative is not just cosmetic; it resonates with our commitment to community development."

This collaborative effort, initiated in November, has already showcased visible results with painting of City Hall ongoing.

As the painting initiative continue to unfold, stakeholders are urged to unite in the endeavor to make the city a true masterpiece.

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