- He pledged to construct roads and schools in Nakaseke in 2015
- MP Ssebunya says most of the roads are passible.
- Farmers need tarmacked roads to market their produce.
Nakaseke central MP Allan Mayanja Ssebunya has reminded president Museveni to fulfill the promises he made for the people of Nakaseke during his campaign manifesto in 2015.
Speaking to journalists at parliament Ssebunya said that the president made a number of pledges including construction of roads and schools in each parish but children still walk long distances in search of education.
He said most of the roads are terrible and need to be tarmacked to boost transport so that farmers can find market for their produce.
The district has only one tarmacked road stretching from matuga to Ssemuto yet others are in a sorry state.
He said that many people lost their relatives in the bush war that brought the NRM government into power but nothing much has been done to reward the area.
He said the president has been pledging to upgrade Luwero kiwoko butalangu road but up now nothing is on the ground yet the residents with land where this road was supposed to pass handed in their titles for compensation but it has not been done and neither have they received back their titles from the authorities.
Ssebunya said that in 2021 he mobilized his party leaders and colleagues in parliament to extend medical supplies to Kikamulo Health Center IV but they were blocked by security officials in the area.
He noted that whenever they come out to compliment government efforts to bridge the gaps in the health units the security officials politicize the exercise
The MP however says that he will continue soliciting for support for the area especially for health centres to enable expectant mothers to access medical supplies such as maama kits and delivery beds.