NEWS- Rwampara district leadership led by their area Members of Parliament have squeezed the Sino trucker owners over the poor state of road in Kinoni town council, Rwampara district.
The roads in critical condition include Kinoni-Ngoma, Kinoni- Karera, Nyeihanga-Sheema, Kakigani-Sheema all of which are used by Sino trucks ferrying sand from Nyeihanga mines to construction sites in different types.
While monitoring the roads, the Rwampara district roads committee discovered that the owners of Sino trucks have kept deaf ear on repairing the roads they have damaged as the earlier agreed.
The Rwampara district roads committee held a dialogue meeting with the owners of Sino trucks under the chairmanship of the Rwampara East Member of Parliament Julius Tusiime Karuhanga where they have agreed on a week’s ultimatum for Sino truck owners to look for licenses that will allow them to construct roads as agreed with the district.
The Rwampara district roads committee Chairperson who doubles as area woman Member of Parliament Molly Asiimwe noted that they have entered a memorandum of understanding with Sino truckers to ensure maintaining the roads in their areas of operations after every three months.
One of the Sino truck owners who identified himself as Uncle Julius showed their total commitment to support and always maintain all roads as agreed.