Thursday, August 22, 2019
City Suburb Sitting On Time Bomb

The filthiness characterizing the Kasubi trenches has raised concern as a resident are likely to spend millions of money treating unhygienic related diseases.

The residents explained that the habit of dumping garbage in drainage channels has become rampant due to lack waste management system, which has led clogged channels.

Some of the residents say that they can hardly meet the basic needs; therefore they cannot afford the high garbage fee, which forces them to dispose of waste in the channels.

However, they appealed to the local leaders to avail community service hygiene tools that they can use to clean the environment.

Kizza Joseph one of the area leaders asserted that the Kasubi Parish hosts a big number that lack where to dispose garbage since they KCCA garbage trucks don’t come to collect the waste, the locals end up dumping it in the trenches.

He further revealed that they in the process of acquiring community hygiene tools such as spade, hoes etc. in order to promote health in the area.



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