Thursday, August 22, 2019
The Fight For Toilet In Namwongo Intensifies, As Leaders & Residents Spit Fire

The residents of Namwongo zone A in Bukasa parish Makindye division threatened to smuggle faeces into the Godfrey Kiseka town clerk’s office for having neglected them ever since the youths seized the public toilet.

It is now three days ever since the youths seized the only toilet in the area and guarding it with aid of dogs, taking it from Adam Ntege the market chairperson whom KCCA put in charge of the toilet.

The situation coerced police involvement, as they called the youths to settle the matter, nevertheless they didn’t comply but declared that Ntege must fulfil certain conditions.

However, Kiseke stated that this was brought about by greed and the law must take its course.

The village council that is among the group in need of the toilet, came up with measure and suggestion to be followed to solve the matter.

Unless the matter is settled, Rashid Kanaabi the parish councillor vowed to use force to resolve the matter.


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