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‘’Kindly make good use of this facility and sustain it well so that it can benefit all the residents,’’ he appealed.

By Chris M Bruno

KAGADI: The Kagadi district local government has this afternoon commissioned two health facilities, Kyabasara Health Center III in Paacwa Sub-county Buyaga East and Kyakabadiima Health Center III in Buyaga West, at a cost of over one billion shillings. 

Speaking as the chief guest at Kyabasara Health Center III, the Kagadi district woman member of parliament, Jenifer Kyomuhendo Mbabazi, challenged residents to observe good hygiene to prevent diseases.

‘’Now that we have commissioned this health facility, we should observe good hygiene to prevent diseases, and we should also lobby for more services at the facility,’’ she challenged the residents.

The politician also used the same platform to implore the residents to embrace other government programs like Parish Development Modal, Emyooga, and others to eradicate poverty. She further cautioned them about the proper use of the revolving funds.

The Buyaga East Member of Parliament, Eric Musana, challenged residents and health workers at Kyabasara Health Center III to sustain the facility and make good use of it to benefit them.

‘’Kindly make good use of this facility and sustain it well so that it can benefit all the residents,’’ he appealed.

The politician also asked residents not to pay attention to the people who decamp against government programs since they benefit all citizens despite political differences.

The Kagadi deputy Resident District commissioner, Benjamin Tumusiime, challenged the Kagadi district Chief Administrative officer, Pauline Epodoi, to engage herself in fighting acts of corruption and absenteeism among health workers in the district.

He also challenged residents to observe hygiene in their homes, where he also asked them to sleep under mosquito nets.

Meanwhile, residents who managed to speak to this publication applauded their members of parliament for lobbying the facility, saying they would improve health services in their area.

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