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Grounded Vehicles Paralyze Service Delivery in Napak

The District Police Commander, Michael Ongica blames the district drivers for crashing the vehicles. He says that some drivers drive under the influence of Alcohol.
Napak vehicle involved in an accident recently.

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Several vehicles belonging to Napak District are grounded after being involved in accidents.

This has affected activities of the Water and Sanitation department, NUSAF3 projects and other departments.

Since January this year, at least three vehicles have been involved in road accidents. The recent accident occurred in Morulinga when the driver rammed into the Chinese Truck working on Moroto- Soroti Road.

At Kangole Police Station, a number of vehicles including the district costa are parked following road accidents or mechanical problems resulting from bad driving.

The District Police Commander, Michael Ongica blames the district drivers for crashing the vehicles. He says that some drivers drive under the influence of Alcohol.

// cue in “One vehicle…

Cue out…looking for him”//

John Bosco Opio, the Deputy Chief Administrative Officer in Napak says that some measures have already been taken by the district including interdiction and dismissal.  

Opio says that three drivers have been interdicted while two have been recommended for dismissal.

// cue in “It is not very good…

Cue out…of dismissal”//

Opio says that the possibility of repairing some of the vehicles is slim since it requires huge sums of money.