The theater which was constructed in 2019 has since lain idle due to lack of funds to buy equipment to be used for operations.
It is estimated that over 500 million shillings is needed to buy the equipment
Mike Kigai, the in-charge Nabweya health Centre II attributes the high cases of teenage pregnancies to the laxity by parents to counsel their children. He says parents have turned their children into the business, something that has promoted teenage pregnancies in the area.
Ronald Wambete, a Christian, said they are going to miss a true man of God who was firm and opposed all kinds of kidnaps, killings and other forms of bad acts which were evident in the country during and after the recent presidential elections.
This is because since the introduction of five town councils of Bududa, Bushigayi Nangako, Kikholo, and Kuushu which are semi-autonomous, revenue from their markets is now retained to run their town activities.
Tom Mukhobe Wandendeya the Bukibokolo local council five councilor said recently thieves also broke into Bukibokolo health facility and stole solar panels something that annoyed them as leaders. He appealed to the district to fence the facility so that they don't lose valuable items.
According to Wakoba said , on 30th October last year the head teacher in the names of Debora Wemesa sent her deputy also called Stephen Patrick Kakala requesting him (parent) to feed the teachers who had returned to school on the teaching business.
He complied upon their request and fed them on grounds that they would pay him after the month.