By Gad Masereka
Kampala, UG – Steven Keddi, the Chief Executive Officer and founder of Keddi Foundation, a prominent Ugandan businessman and philanthropist, held a meaningful discussion with Hajjat Hadijah Uzieye Namyalo, the National Chairman of the Office of the NRM (ONC), during a courtesy visit to the ONC offices in Kyambogo, Kampala on Tuesday.
The meeting primarily focused on strategies to enhance the ongoing empowerment campaign of the ONC and how to extend its reach to remote areas across Uganda. Keddi Foundation expressed a strong desire to collaborate with those who dedicate themselves to uplifting others and committed to supporting initiatives that promote self-reliance.
Mr. Keddi conveyed heartfelt appreciation to Hajjat Namyalo, acknowledging her remarkable contributions in supporting and empowering citizens, particularly the youth. He emphasized Keddi Foundation’s commitment to working with individuals and organizations dedicated to voluntary sacrifice for the betterment of others.
The billionaire businessman highlighted the shared goals between Keddi Foundation and ONC, both aiming to serve humanity and aid those in need. He expressed eagerness to collaborate whenever the ONC requires their assistance.
In response, Hajjat Hadijah Namyalo appreciated Steven Keddi and his foundation for aligning their efforts with the Ugandan government’s mission to transform and improve the standards of living for Ugandans. She commended Keddi Foundation’s proactive approach in fostering success, clean water access, sanitation, disease prevention, disaster response, and community resilience building.
The Keddi Foundation, established in 2019 by Mr. Keddi Steven, focuses on transforming lives in Uganda and Africa by addressing pressing life issues. With a commitment to fostering success among individuals from diverse backgrounds, the foundation actively works towards creating a more equitable and prosperous world. Their initiatives include providing clean water access, promoting sanitation, and empowering economically disadvantaged individuals.
The collaborative efforts between Steven Keddi and ONC signal a promising partnership aimed at furthering the goals of empowerment and community development in Uganda.