The drive involves offering free hospitality lectures to all tour guides and also meeting stakeholders like tourism police and tourism officers on how best they can enforce professionalism within the industry.
The first phase will cost Shillings 1.7 billion. According to Kiwanda, the renovation will cover the construction of a fence around the palace to bring out its historical face and improvement of the existing structures.
In Uganda, the modern Church faces contemporary poverty issues, unprecedented surge in sexual and gender based violence, increased incidence of moral decadence, reduced number of men in Churches as well as growing trade in prostitution and pornographic materials.
The vestments arrived in the Country last month ahead of the Symposium due to begin July 21st. More than 400 international guests including cardinals, Archbishops, Bishops, Priests and Religious Men and Women among others are expected to attend.
Residents claim that unidentified men backed armed police officers have made it a habit to descend on the forest and cut down trees. They claim that the loggers show up with letters from the National Forestry Authority-NFA authorizing them to cut trees in preparation for a fresh planting exercise.