PADER, AGAGO DISTRICTS WANT MORE SERVICES 

Niwandinda Daniel
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The people of Pader and Agago districts want more governmental inclusive projects to improve their economic status. Among the services hurriedly in need by these districts include tarmac roads to ease the transportation of goods.
These concerns were presented to the manifesto implementation unit headed by Wills Bashasha in the ongoing evaluation exercise.
Pader and Agago are among the districts without tarmac roads, thereby complicating movement of produce from the districts.
Among the promises to the people in these districts by the NRM government in this ending term of office was to extend power and fully connect them to the national grid. However, this has not yet been achieved.
Unemployment is still a big challenge here, and local leaders are now urging government to intervene.
In an era where good neighbourliness should be the norm, the people of Pader still view this as a fallacy, as attacks from Karimojongs- normally looking for cattle- are common.
But all is not gloom in these two districts. Operation Wealth Creation, a Government initiative aimed at improving livelihood of Ugandans, has come in handy.
Construction of Kaloke vocational institute has helped in training and imparting hands-on skills to the youth. The institute’s performance, however, is limited by inadequate training tools.
The head of the manifest implementation unit in the office of the President, Wills Bashasha, noticed the concerns of the people here, and encouraged leaders to mobilize them towards government development projects.
The manifesto implementation team is still traversing the country to review the performance of the government in this ending term of office.

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