The Buanyangabu Resident District Commissioner, Ms Jane Asiimwe Muhindo has said it was early for the internally displaced people to think of the government decision over their fate at a time plans were on to closely analyze the magnitude of the flood effects.
Speaking to the people in camps at Kanyangeya, Kasese and Creamton primary schools respectively, Ms Jane Asiimwe who last delivered to the camps more than three hundred batches of Matooke said that a survey is on for government to understand individual and communal damages which will give State a better decision on what the future should be to those who have badly been affected by floods.
Ms Jane Asiimwe speaking……
At Creamston Nursary and Primary school in Kanyangeya, Mr. Johnson Kule, the Camp leader appreciated, Jane, other donors, government and her development partners for the support despite some challenges.
Mr. Johnson speaking…….
A local resident and neighbor to the school, Mr. Pascal Kule was thumbs up for the donations but that plans to have them relocated to safer areas should be a priority. Mr. Pascal speaking…..
At Kasese primary school, it was an evening fun for the babies playing on the cemented verandas as the leader there clarifies that her camp was dominated by women and children as some men take guard of some few property back home. Ms Moreen speaking…….
Earlier, the Kasese Municipal Mayor, Godfrey Kabyanga who accompanied the Kasese RDC, Joe Walusimbi in receiving the Matooke thanked the former Kasese district Woman MP Contestant for the donation that justifies her worthiness, hard work and cooperation with the locals back in Bunyangabu district. END