According to residents, the road has turned into a death trap, claiming one person each week. Yusuf Kadama, the Nakaloke Town Council Youth Councilor, said the responsible officers have ignored their pleas to erect humps on the road to stem the accidents.
According to Akol, tax administrators in Uganda, as in the rest of the world, are particularly faced with the challenge of taxing values that are intangible and without physical presence, a situation that is being enabled by information technology and the internet.
The Committee Chairperson, Jovah Kamateeka, said it is high time government traces and explains to the country the cause of the mudslides. She explained that people in the affected areas still face threats of future calamities since nobody knows what could have happened up in the mountains where boulders came from.
David Abala, the Ngora County MP, says the manner of arrests in Uganda is very embarrassing, saying there is need for security agencies to conduct arrests in a professional manner so as not create fear all over the country.
The Moyo District Police Commander, Steven Agaba has confirmed receiving a complaint against Vuchiri, saying they have opened a case of threatening violence at Moyo Central Police Station under CRB 347/2018.