Kazo: Residents decry poor state of Kazo-Kyegegwa Road
Residents of Rwemikoma sub-county in Kazo district have expressed dissatisfaction over the poor state of Kazo –Kyegegwa road particularly towards the Rwemikoma trading center.
Speaking to our reporter on Monday, these angry residents said that the potholes on this road have greatly affected the movement of people and their goods to the market centers.
The residents also argue that the place is a hotspot for accidents in this area.
Hajjat Nasamba, a resident and Women’s chairperson in Rwemikoma said that pregnant women suffer a lot while passing on this pothole in search of health services from either Kazo or Kyegegwa districts.
These residents demanded a quick response from the government through Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA).
Mwesigye Richard, area LC I chairperson also revealed that he has been getting reports from people affected adding that this particular spot gets even messier when it rains.
Mwesigye noted that this road has many vehicles and urged the government to work on it.
Sam Kakajara, the chairperson LC III Rwemikoma sub-county said that for over two months, the residents have decried the damaged road noting that it’s about time for the government through UNRA to intervene because this road is essential for businesses in Kazo and Kyegegwa districts.