Posted: Mon, March 06, 2017 | By: BiZoHa Humanist Centre and Volunteers Hostel
by Bwambale Robert Musubaho
In October last year, i embarked on a project that aimed at welding up metal sheets together to create a metallic kiosk, this was done at the Bizoha Maize mill located at Muhokya trading center.
I have relocated this kiosk to the Bizoha Humanist Center front space since this area has cheap alternate current power and i made a decision to put in the Bizoha Barbershop.
I earned a living from Barbing and i fancy or enjoy cutting people’s hair. I did this work for some years while at college and did operate some barbershops in Kampala.
This barbershop to be located nest to the Bizoha Hostel will ensure pupils at Muhokya Primary school, Bizoha School plus local people at Muhokya can have their hair trimmed using Wahl Clippers which are powered by electricity.
This barbershop will generate income to help me run my projects successfully. The pupils at Bizoha will now all have neat hair.
Today the kiosk was lifted by scores of men who loaded it on a truck and later re unloaded it at Bizoha Humanist Center.
The kiosk will be placed some few meters from the veranda and one area blocked—- this will allow on passers to extend away from the veranda and the front area will have paves to add a smarter look.
Attached are the images. Coming soon are images of the progress on the Bizoha Barbershop.
With Science, we can progress.