By Ambrose Kweronda
The office of the Kabale Deputy Resident district commissioner (D/RDC) receives 5-6 cases of land conflicts and gender based violence daily.
The Kabale Deputy Resident district commissioner Ronald Bakak said this over the weekend at the consultative meeting between Ndorwa East Constituency member of parliament Hon Wilfred Niwagaba and his coordinators.
The meeting was held at golf course inn located at makanga hill, central division kabale municipality.
Bakak delivering his speech, he noted that he records over 5 to 6 cases of domestic violence daily which results in divorce, murders, child abuse and among others which puts the security of kabale at stake.
He explained that the main root cause of these domestic violence’s are excessive alcohol and drug use, poor behavioural control and impulsiveness, low levels of education, poverty, history of physical or emotional abuse in childhood, economic stress and among others.
Bakak promised that as long as he is still the D/RDC for kabale district, he will not accept women battering and other forms of violence in families.
he appealed to people from kigezi and uganda at large to respect their spouses.