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ACODE Empowers Citizen Reporting On Service Delivery

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With this SMS platform, citizens will send free messages on 7300 to their area councilors including special women councilors, PWD councilors, youths leaders and LC5 chairpersons.


This Local government SMS platform is not new; citizens in Mpigi district have been using it especially in Bumoozi ward, Maziba ward, Buwama, Kammengo, Kafuma among other places.


In the press conference at Hotel Africana on Monday, Naomi Kabarungi, ACODE’s spokes person said citizens will be sending messages to their councilors to advocate for better services delivery within the communication.


“They will be able to inform their Chief Administration Officers and technocrats about their concerns and in turn both parties will benefit,” said Kabarungi.


Phoebe Atukunda, a staff from ACODE said, “This service will work in 127 sub counties and twenty districts to sustain quick and easy communication among the councilors and citizens.”


Meanwhile, some councilors did not agree with the introduction of their Score Card Sin form calendars in which citizens will be able to see how their area councilors have performed saying, “It is way of exposing our weaknesses to the electorates.”

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