Agago Carpenter send off empty handed, after accident

Missionary aboundon worker in pain

 A carpenter, a person behind the Kalong Mission Motor machine left without three fingers, demanded UGX15 million for compensation.

AGAGO-UGANDA:  Mr. Charles Kidega, a worker of Kalongo Mission in Agago district nursing his frustration from the accident he got from his work place, a motor machine cut three of his left fingers during heavy duty.

“In June, 19, 2021 while at work a motor machine accidently cut three of my fingers, and as result of that I am now disable, when I was recruited, I demanded for contract agreement, but my boss Fr. Gwido says in their country they don’t consider work contracts, I was left wondering.” Kidega narrates.

Charles Kidega, a former worker of Mission Kalongo, in Agago district is crying foul after losing his job.

Adding that upon getting into an accident, when he was admitted in Kalongo hospital, instead he paid UGX198, 000 the management of the workshop refused to cater for his medical bill.

He further reveals that when he was discharged from the hospital, on 26, 9, 2021. The management stops paying his salary, if they can pay my compensation including benefits to the tune of UGX15 million, instead of UGX1 million Fr. Gwido Mnitto wants to pay me, I would accept.

When the Oyeng Yeng News desk contacted Fr. Gwido for comment, he hangs out with repeated calls.

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