Six Govt Medics face disciplinary committee as ONC bosses vow to monitor stolen drugs, Land grabbers


Six government Medics who were deployed in Lwengo district to save the lives of innocent Uganda have been reported to CAO after getting a lot of outcry from the public that they mistreat patients and use of bad language.

According to reports, this has forced most of the locals to fear going to government hospitals and others end up dying in villages after failure to access medication.

Lwengo district councillors delivered six names of the government Medics to CAO, accusing them of mistreating patients, yet they get government salaries in time and appealed to him(CAO) to summon them to find out the real cause.

The LC. V boss Lwengo district who doubles as the spokesperson from the Office of the National chairman (ONC) Hajji Ibrahim Kitatta Al Malik at Kyambogo when he was monitoring some of the government projects and the RDC, together with other developmental officials which are going to be embarked on asked all residents, local political and religious leaders to start monitoring all the work done by the contractors to instead of waiting for top district leaders to avoid doing shoddy works.

Kitatta (L), district speaker, RDC Hudhusein, DHO and other Officials

Kitatta made his sounding massage at the site where the seed school is going to be constructed in Katovu town council where the government have injected over 3.2 billion Uganda shillings.

Mr Kitatta blasted some of the medics who do not respect patients yet are the ones paying their salaries at the end of the month and praised the president of the Republic of Uganda Yoweri Kaguta Museveni for injecting a lot of money into Lwengo district as far as health, the education sector is concerned.

He has appealed to all the deployed civil servants to work hard and deliver better services to local people.

Some of the hospitals which are going to be worked on include; Kinoni Health centre III and Kyazanga Health Centre IV, among others.

Medics in the meeting

The chairman also vowed to deal with all land grabbers and all officials who are aiding some of the tycoons who are evicting the local people without following the right procedures and laws.

According to our reliable source, the president has deployed officers from the Office of the National Chairman (ONC)to deal with land grabbers.

Lwengo residents have been asked to use the peaceful environment to develop themselves instead of wasting their time on streets and corridors creating wars against leaders who are struggling to develop their area

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