The Internally displaced people`s camp leadership in Muhokya in Kasese district has echoed the proposal by the Ordinary of the Diocese of Kasese, Rt. Rev. Francis Aquirinus Kibira to have a permanent settlement to the flood victims currently living in a poor state in camps.
Bishop Kibira who called for touchable measures to have the flood challenge resolved to save lives and property repeated his appeal to government over the weekend for a permanent settlement because living in the camp was subjecting the flood victims to rather a strange life that could result into other future challenges especially among the children
Receiving donation from, St. Ramos Wisdom Charity from Mbarara, the Camp general secretary, Ms Rehema Oryma Rehima who hailed the organization for the relief, asked government and her development partners to expedite plans for a permanent settlement which according to her, would empower the victims beyond the food relief they receive from Good Samaritans. Ms Oryama speaking ……..
The acting St. Ramos Wisdom charity organization Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Daniel Okorotsi said the move for relief items was rooted in the late Raymond Byamugisha who despite passed on last year, he was full of love and charity.
He encouraged the camp occupants not to lose hope but have focus for the future because what they were passing through was temporary. Mr. Okorotsi speaking…
The Kasese district senior planner, Mr. Joseph Isingoma who represented the COA at the relied handover in Muhokya said that the district was still pondering on plans to have adequate medical attention and water to some camps for good health.
He however said the water challenge at Muhokya Internally displaced People`s camp in Muhokya had been settled at the orders of the Rt. Hon. Robina Nabanja. Mr. Isingoma speaking ……..
Over 70 households were recently displaced to St. Peters COU in Karusandara and Base camp primary schools.
St. Ramos wisdom charity donated beans, maize flour, clothes, shoes and sanitary pads among other relief items. END