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Ntungamo Employees Stranded As Keys Go Missing

The LC V Chairperson, Denis Singahache, says he that he was told that the messenger delivered the keys to the police station but they wouldn’t be traced this morning.
Ntungamo District Local Government Block under lock

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More than 200 employees of Ntungamo District Local Government were stranded this morning following the loss of keys to the administration block. The block hosts more than 50 offices and district council hall.   

According to available information, the keys are deposited at the police station every evening for safe custody. 

The LC V Chairperson Denis Singahache says that he was told that the messenger delivered the keys to the police station but they wouldn’t be traced this morning.

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This saw the employees spend close to three hours outside the office as the concerned officers met frantic efforts to find the keys. 

Singahache suspects that a section of councilors who filed a petition against him hid the keys to frustrate the district council meeting.  The District Council was expected to convene around 9 a.m.

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Elijah Atuhaire, the Ntungamo District Council Speaker denies accusations of hiding the keys to the administration, saying he isn’t responsible for them.    

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Demian Katwesiime, the Ntungamo District Police Commander who delivered the keys around 10:15 a.m, says they were placed in a different place. 

The office messenger, Bashir Kamwesiga wasn’t available for comment.