The Madhvani Group of Companies has donated sh50 million to Gabula Royal Foundation Ltd to further boost development programs of the foundation. The sh50 million cheque was handed over by one of the Joint Managing Directors of Kakira Sugar Limited, Kamlesh Madhvani to Imaka Isaac the CEO of Gabula Royal Foundation while at Kakira Sugar Limited factory.While handing over the cheque to Imaka, Kamlesh said the donation will go towards a good cause boosting development programs of the foundation and Busoga at large. Kamlesh said during a recent visit to Busoga Kingdom with His Majesty the Kyabazinga of Busoga William Gabula Nadiope IV, and accompanied by his brother Mayur Madhvani, they were elated by the Kyabazinga’s zeal and commitment towards rekindling Busoga’s position of being Uganda’s food basket and vowed to encourage their respective audiences to embrace the same since Busoga land is good for agriculture. Kamlesh added that in this regard Kakira Sugar Limited made the donation to the Gabula Royal Foundation Ltd.Kamlesh was accompanied by Jim Kabeho, a director in the Madhvani Group at the event in Kakira.After receiving the cheque, Imaka appreciated the Madhvani Group for the support towards Gabula Royal Foundation.Imaka who was accompanied by Mwiru Kaloli, Ngobi Joshua the in charge Gabula Affairs and Security in Bugabula BB Chiefdom and Nsaiga Ronald Watongola the Katukiro of Bugabula BB Chiefdom, said the donation was timely. He said the foundation has four pillars which include empowering the Girl child and women, Development, Health and Education and the money is a stepping stone to make sure that they put more efforts in implementing the foundation programs. Imaka further said they are soon initiating a program called ‘Cricket is Life’ that is going to be used in reducing teenage pregnancies in Busoga. He said the program will be introduced in the region so that the young girls and boys engage in playing the game and avoid being idle or indulging in other activities that might make them become young mothers and fathers. The money will also be used to boost the Gabula Talks program to inspire young people in the region.