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At least 14 recommendations have been put forward towards solving some disasters that have continuously befallen Kasese district.

By our senior reporter

At least 14 recommendations have been put forward towards solving some disasters that have continuously befallen Kasese district.

The District Chairperson says that during their meeting with the Ugandan Prime Minister in Kampala yesterday, they recommended that government should expedite the process of de-silting water channels of all rivers across the district.

Eliphaz Muhindi Bukombi also says that the delegation recommended the flood victims should be resettled and that bamboo trees should be planted along the banks of all rivers in the district.

Other recommendations include elevating health centre IIIs to health centre IVs, reconstruction of Kilembe Mines Hospital, identifying potential investors to take over Kilembe Mines Limited, planting trees on the bare hills and giving relief to the affected persons until they will be resettled.

According to Muhindi, the Prime Minister, Robinah Nabbanja then directed the line ministers to come to Kasese for an assessment on Friday and Saturday and make a concrete report that government would base on to respond to all the concerns raised by the delegation.

The delegation from Kasese included among others, all the six Members of Parliament, the RDC and Mayor for Kasese Municipality.

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