Eighty percent of the internally displaced people in Kasese district have returned either home or joined their families, the Principle secretary to the Kasese Chief administrative officer, Ms Alice Ferigo Bwambale has said.
Speaking to Kasese Guide radio yesterday, Ms Alice said the process of dissolving the internally displaced camps forced by the deadly floods is ongoing but that fifty families were still in Kiraro camp in Kitholhu sub-county, four in Nkaiga camp in Maliba Sub County and some few in Karusandara and Kanyangeya camps.
One of the flood Victims and a widow, Ms Yayeri Masika who is looking after eight children and three grand children some of whom are impaired calls for assistance after her house was destroyed in Kanyangeya than inconveniencing her parents she left decades ago.
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The Chairperson Kanyangeya camp in Kasese Municipality Mr. Julius Monday Kule who warned leaders against politicking issues that affect the community used his interview time to call for the intervention of the local leaders and UWA against the two Hipos he alleges have camped in waters logged in Kanyangeya, pausing a risk to lives in the area.
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Mr. Monday had earlier reported a challenge of food, water and electricity that were frustrating their stay in the camp. END.