The Wakiso district water engineer Isaac Galabuzi said that this project is going to serve all the people who are on the main island of Bussi which has 3 parishes of Bwayise,Tebankiza and Bussi with 11 villages.
The Principal Physical Planner at the Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development Jotham Muyambi notes that the new plan will focus on developing the already existing growth centres than allowing more others to crop up as they focus on land use and infrastructural development.
Expired goods such as salt, sugar, baking flour, eggs, cooking oil, wheat flour, maize flour and beverages are among the over 1,200 tons of garbage disposed of the landfill each month but somehow find their way back into retail and wholesale shops and supermarkets for sale.
The chief administrative officer Godfrey Kuruhira has said that the increment in the number of councilors from 52 to 112 will become a big burden to the district budget and hence the reason he has appealed to the ministry of local governments and that of finance to intervene by releasing funds from the central coffers to pay counselors’ emoluments.
The village chairpersons claim that over sh100m which is intended to address concerns of the local communities at village and parish levels was swindled by some technical staff members at the expense of the taxpayers.
Eng. Lillian Namutebi from Wakiso District Works Department, says they intend to widen the road in the swamp from the current 7 meters to 12 meters to avoid inconvenience when the construction work starts.
The construction of the headquarters will cost 519 million shillings. Namayumba was elevated to town council in July 2011 and since then they have been renting office premises at 650,000 shillings per month
Nansana Municipal Mayor Regina Bakitte says that five members of her committee have already agreed to waive taxes from the beginning of the next financial year to prevent a catastrophe as the businesses struggle to recover from the abyss and attain the resilience to withstand an economic downturn.
Nansana, like other municipalities, should have passed its budget by the end of May but it didn't due to the ongoing wrangles. The municipality, in Wakiso District, has over the past two months failed to pass the over 23 billion Shillings budget due to wrangles between the Executive and Councilors.
Dr. Ssekabogo, notes that the district has already training for all lavatory technicians ad epidemic responses focal person on how to collect the sample from suspects. “We have received all the logistical support Uganda virus research institute and this has made our job easy. So far we have collected samples from over 100 people whom with have been tracing."
The advise was given by the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Local Government Ben Kumumanya, at a time that the country is encouraging its citizens to stay home, and break the coronavirus chain. Up to 23 people have so far tested positive to the disease which has claimed thousands of lives, across the world, in recent months.
Joseph Kamukama, the Wakiso Division Police Commander, notes that much of the distress calls are coming in through security system given the fact that the numbers shared by the Health Ministry were widely shared and are inaccessible easily.