LATE COMING OF CIVIL SERVANTS IN NEW RUBANDA DISTRICT KILLING SERVICE DELIVERY—RESIDENTS
BY VANANSIO KAKOGOSO
Residents who access services from Rubanda district are accusing civil
servants of late coming.
The residents claim that most of the civil servants arrive at their
workplace between 9:30am and 11:30am.
Friday Muhumuza a resident of Bubaare Trading centre in Bubaare Sub
County says that he was overwhelmed on Friday last week when he went
at the district head quarters seeking for services and the responsible
officer arrived in office at around 10; 15am.
He says that the district authorities should take action against civil
servants who are habitual late comers to foster service delivery.
Paul Tumukunde a resident of Nyaruhanga parish Ikumba Sub County says
that he usually observes civil servants by passing his home going for
work very late without caring about time. He says that the late coming
has crippled service delivery.
One of the civil servants who spoke to www.mknewslink.com news website reporter, says that they
arrive at work late because they trek long distances from Kabale
Municipality going for work.
The Rubanda district Chairman Jogo Kenneth Biryabarema admits that the
district civil servants report late at work. He however attributes the
late coming to lack of electricity in administration block and long
distances the civil servants trek going for work.
He however says that they in next two weeks they will light the head
offices and there will no more excuses.