Some Internally displaced people in Muhokya camp in Kasese district have returned the recently donated Beans to the leadership of the camp saying they do not get ready for human consumption even if they over stay on the cooker.

The Chairperson for Muhokya camp in Muhokya town council in Kasese district Mr. Julius Monday Kule confirmed the information and said over fifteen households have already handed back Beans claiming that the beans are of a poor quality that does not get ready for consumption. Mr. Monday on food………

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Some of the internally displaced people who have returned back Beans including Ms Sylvia Ithungu and others said they reached the decision after realizing that the feeds are useless now that they are not getting ready for consumption. Ms Sylivia and others……..

The senior planner for Kasese district and a representative of the CAO on handling disaster Victims, Mr. Joseph Isingoma told our reporter to have received reports of poor quality beans and said his office will report to the centre for an immediate action but quickly called for calm among flood Victims in camps that benefited from the relief.

Mr. Isingoma on food…

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Similar reports of flood victims failing to cook Beans were also reported at Humanist primary school camp in Kasese town. END.

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