But residents of cell B and A in Ishaka Municipality say that instead of getting the food at no cost, many of them are forced to pay for it. Joan Tumwebaze, the Vice-Chairperson of Cell B said that she bought two 5-kilogram bags of maize flour at 10,000 Shillings, even when the bags were branded with particulars of Hajji Basajjabalaba, who donated them to the taskforce.
Today, while speaking from his home in Lweza, in his annual State of the Kingdom Address, Mayiga said, that not even a child can believe the government said of the story. He added that he was most concerned about the tribal undertones that Zaake describes in his social media post about what happened to him.
Geoffrey Oceng, a concerned resident of Gulu Town argues that many people might continue storming the residences of their leaders because of starvation resulting from the delayed government response to the needy.