Residents embark on Burungi bwansi to rehabilitate Kazo-Buremba road
Kazo residents who use the 19km access road that connects Kazo to Buremba have started working on their road which has been in a sorry state since 2021.
Residents during burungi bwansi exercise on Monday
The residents secured permission from Kazo district local government to work on the road through the mobilization of Chairpersons LC1s, including, Mwebaze Ephraim of Kazo 1 cell, Mwebesa Steven of Ryakahabwa Cell, Twinamatsiko Baine Barireeba of Obwengaara Cell, together with other stakeholders like Hon. Lilian Isingoma, the Ibaare parish lady councilor, and the District LC V chairman, Rev Samuel Mugisha Katugunda among others.
Mwebesa Steven, the chairman of LC I Ryakahabwa Cell, said that after heavy rains destroyed the road, it became impossible for people and vehicles to move, they have been reporting about its sorry state to the district officials who promised to work on it after the rains, but all in vain.
Mwebaze Ephraim said that the state of the road has hindered businesses for a long time but after a long wait they were able to mobilize for Burungi bwansi and they have already yielded success.
A section of residents led by Bagire Micheal and Taremwa Godwin, a Boda Boda rider in Kazo Town, told our reporter that this road has become a spot for many losses and Accidents because of the many gullies that have filled the road since it was last rehabilitated last year but one.
Rev Mugisha Katugunda, assured the residents that the Government will work on all the roads which are in a sorry state due to rain.