"Lock Down Has Affected The Company", Kabushenga Defends His Decision To Cut Staff Salary.
Vision group boss Robert Kabushenga has come out to defend himself over his decision to cut almost 40% of his staff salary in the coming months.
Kabushenga reveals that he took the decision because current lock down has affected the economy and the company he leads.
He rubbished rumors that Vision Group had received money from the government to print the stickers for Covid 19 movements.
This was after Nwoya District MP Lilly Adong and Hon. Margaret Rwabusaija alleged that Vision Group received a Covid 19 payment from Government and were wondering why he had o reduce his staff salary yet he got the money.
Through Vision Group Twitter handle, Kabushenga revealed that they have not yet received money from Government.
“Yes we won the deal to print the stickers but we have never been paid. We also won the tender to print school material that is being distributed country wide but still the payment will come in July” Kabushenga stated.