Christopher Opoka 60, a resident of Labworomo village says they only have a single source of unclean water shared by all the locals in the village.
He says the challenge has forced many to resort to trek a long distance to Pager river which is also shared with cattle.
Mayambala, who only campaigned in Kyegegwa and Kyenjojo after failing to turn in other Tooro districts due to financial constraints, expressed concern that there was no modern market in Kyenjojo despite the district being about 20 years old.
Pius Wakabi Kassaja, the Permanent secretary Ministry of Agriculture ,Animal Industry and Fisheries , says the Construction of the National Calibration Food laboratory will cost over shillings 14.9 billion.
They said that they were approached by the town clerk and they were requested to give back 25% they receive for the financial year 2018-2019 so that the town council can build the Administration Block which they did but up to now they have not received money for the subsequent year(s).
The residents say that most of their health centres including Kibiito Health Centre IV are ill-equipped, lack essential drugs and staff while most of the roads are in a poor condition with potholes, deep gullies and are slippery and muddy.
Kisaka wants the allocation to the authority raised to at least sh 4 trillion or 10% of the national budget, arguing that the authority plans and caters for about 4.3 million people who work or reside in Kampala.
Amanda Ngabirano, the chairperson of National Physical Planning Board cautioned that poor garbage management affects the growth of a city by making it unattractive to the people and potential investors.
According to the copy of the report obtained by Uganda Radio Network, Alenga primary school registered only 69 out of the 84 candidates that reported before the lockdown, Adem primary school registered 30 out of the 38 finalists while Amilo primary school only registered 34 out of 64 learners in the candidate’s class.
The growing number of local tourists is attributed to MV Kalangala and Entebbe Intenational Airport that resumed operations on October 1st, 2020. Service providers say few, if at all any, international tourists are visiting Kalangala.
Several group members claim that they were promised to receive and have full control of the funds by the district leaders after fulfilling all the requirements, but are instead directed to form and register their groups under SACCOs at the Sub-county level.
Ssengooba said the offices that were closed on Friday, will remain closed for four days and is optimistic that this is will provide enough time for fumigation. He added that offices will be re-opened on Tuesday to resume normal business.