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06:53
06:53

Anger as Sewage Flows into Kiruruma River sewerage 1 4

Kenneth Mwesigye, a Boda boda rider at Katuna stage in Kabale Central division, says the broken sewer line discharges waste, which finds itself in peoples residencies and businesses
14:11
14:11

Kabale Politicians, Health Inspectors Bicker over Poor Hygiene political leaders 1 3

The disagreement stemmed from a recent impromptu visit by municipal leaders which found fecal matter littered behind most of the buildings and drainage systems. Sewerage was flowing directly from buildings into open drainage channels while hotels were found operating in unhygienic conditions.
08:00
08:00

Sanitation Crisis as Kabale Municipality Closes Public Toilet 1 3

Moses Akampurira, another concerned resident wants Government to ensure that each municipality has public toilets so that people are not inconvenienced.
13:07
13:07

Kabale Residents Condemn NWSC as Sewerage Spills into River Kiruruma kabale municipality 5

Johnson Asiimwe, a resident of Kabale Municipal quarters is concerned that the problem remains unattended to despite a series of complaints lodged at the Corporation’s area branch. He maintains that the continued spill of human waste into the river is a manifestation that National water has failed to execute its mandate.
09:56
09:56

Kabale Residents Fault Municipality Over Blocked Drainage channels kabale municipality 2 3

Scovia Kembabazi a resident of Bugongi in Northern Division says the most disturbing thing is that Kabale is a tourist destination.
11:46
11:46

Water Shortage Hits Kabale Municipality 1 2

An acute shortage of water in Kabale Municipality is now into a second week with local residents accusing National Water and Sewerage Corporation—NWSC of doing little to address the problem.
08:30
08:30

Kabale Municipality Hit By Water Shortage, 8 Schools Affected 1

A water shortage has hit Southern Division in Kabale Municipality after Nyangorogoro Gravity Flow Scheme stopped distributing water to schools and people’s homes. At least 200 families and eight schools with a population of over 3,000 students are affected by the break-down of the water scheme, with many of them resorting to using unclean stream water.
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