- Hotel Zawadi limited is constructing the stadium
- The perimeter wall is estimated at 750meters long 2 and half meters high Zawadi
- The second phase of the project is expected to commence immediately, already the artistic impression has been availed to the district
- The total cost of the construction of Paridi to is estimated to be Shs 9.3 billion
By Amacha Goli
Adjumani- The first phase of the facelift of historical Paridi stadium in Adjumani district has been commissioned.
During the commissioning, the Deputy Chief Administrative Officer, Moses Dalili said the perimeter wall has been completed successfully before stipulated time.
The construction work project was supposed to take up to the end of the current financial year which ends in June 2018, but the construction barely lasted two months.
Dalili was among the top district and UNHCR who attended the grand commissioning of the construction of first phase of Paridi stadium that has the components of Perimeter wall and the installations of security lights.
Paridi stadium according to Dalili Moses will be face lifted into an ultra-modern stadium with international features.
Stanley Miselini, the head of UNHCR sub office in Pakele, said there has been quality workmanship which has yielded value for money.
The director Hotel Zawadi limited, Amaza Emmanuel, explains that he has a competent and well experienced technical team who have the capacity to undertake more technical construction projects in Uganda and elsewhere.
Leku James, the district chairperson, appreciates UNHCR for accepting to host refugees in the area which he notes has come with some benefits for the locals.
The resident district commissioner Adjumani, Oya Nahori, was the chief guest during the handover of the project to the district.