Through their lawyer, Opwonya of Opwonya & Company Advocates, the traders argue that the municipal authorities agreed to provide an alternative site, and yet the initial plan of transferring them to the temporary site did not cater for their interests.
Wakiso district is endowed with development minerals which are mined, processed, manufactured and used domestically in construction, manufacturing, and agriculture. The development minerals include sand, clay, quarry stones and kaolin among others. The district has 78 stone aggregate sites, 293 clay sites and 150 sand mining sites.
Ssematimba explains that their areas of focus are regeneration of soil fertility, affordable plant irrigation systems, urban farming, production of handcrafts from waste products, agroforestry and other environmental conservation practices that are omitted in the ordinary school teaching program.