The residents of Green Valley, Church Zone, Kisenyi 1 and 2, Kifumbira zone, Mulimira and among other areas argue that the sanitation in the area is appalling and likely to result in an outbreak of diseases.
Voters in Kamwokya have tasked candidates vying for different
elective positions to improve on the hygiene and combating crime in the area.
The residents of Green Valley, Church Zone, Kisenyi 1 and 2, Kifumbira zone,
Mulimira and among other areas argue that the sanitation in the area is appalling
and likely to result in an outbreak of diseases.
They also want the candidates to explain their plans for addressing the rampant
crime rate in the area.
Mike Kafureeka, a resident of Kisenyi 2 says, their area is filled with garbage
due to lack of a garbage skip. Kafureeka argues that it is also risky to move
past 8 pm due to insecurity.
According to Kafureeka, the incumbent leaders have kept a deaf ear on the
plight of the residents.
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Charles Kiwanuka, a businessman in Kifumbira zone, says that the
candidates should work with Kampala Capital City Authority-KCCA and put in
place a physical plan.
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Esther Oineababo and Irene Nakimuli both businesswomen said that candidates
should plan on how they would deal with the major issue of poor sanitation and
theft in an area.
Robert Abigaba, a contestant for LCIII Councillor Kamwokya II
Parish promises to address insecurity in the area through establishing local
defence personnel to solve this crime. He also says that he will lobby for
garbage skips and ensure that waste is disposed of.
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challenges affecting the residents of Kamwokya include; unemployment among
youth, poor electricity connection among others.