Museveni made to commission Bitature’s Naguru Hotel that started working 5 years ago

President Museveni has been made to commission a Hotel that started operations five years ago (PHOTO/Courtesy)

KAMPALA —President Museveni has on Friday September 30 been made to commission Protea Naguru Skyz Hotel, a four-star hotel that has been operating since October 1, 2018.

The President commended the struggling businessman Patrick Bitature—lauding him for expanding the hospitality industry of Uganda and other projects.

“I commissioned the Protea Hotel by Marriott Kampala Skyz in Naguru. I commend Mr Patrick Bitature for expanding the hospitality industry of Uganda and other wealth creation ventures. I congratulate him and wish him good luck,” an update on his official Twitter account indicated.

The Protea Hotel by Marriott Naguru Skyz has 141 rooms in a number of configurations, including one Presidential Suite.

Situated in Naguru, Kampala, the hotel offers 13 boardrooms and two conference rooms, each accommodating 150 guests, as well as a business centre.

Businessman Patrick Bitature who owns the hotel recently dismissed reports that his multibillion Protea Hotel – Naguru SKyz faces auction.

Bitature has been battling debts for years and the Vantage issue is just the latest in a long line.

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