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Kasese Floods: DP Blasts Government’s Slow Response

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viagra 60mg geneva;”> Party President Norbert Mao made the remarks while addressing journalists today at the Party headquarters in Kampala.


Mao has appreciated the Uganda Red Cross Society for their immediate support to the people of Kasese, adding that the party is to hand over the first bunch of 20 sacks of clothes to the society tomorrow at the party headquarters.


“This has been an appeal made by the party members under the Democratic Party Crusade to solicit for items to offer to the people of Kasese in response to their needs,” he noted.


Mao has therefore called upon the people of Uganda not to wait for the government but instead join in the relief program and bring whatever they have including food, utensils, drugs, clothing as a sign that they share the same pain as the victims in Kasese are going through.


“We are ready to stand with the people of Kasese all through, share their grief and we should all get involved as Ugandans to bring hope to these fellow brothers and sisters who are suffering.”


Mao added that a group led by the party NEC member, Brian Rukumbuka will go to the grounds in Kasese on behalf of the party.


However, he blamed the government for being reluctant in managing the Kasese calamity that is still claiming lives.


Mao remarked that the government has already admitted that it is incapable of dealing with the situation, adding, this was evidenced by Hon. Musa Ecweru when he claimed that he was overwhelmed by the situation in Kasese.


“Floods cannot be prevented but that can be predicted and the government should strengthen its early warning system to control the loss of lives and property,” added Mao.

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