By Emmanuel Omona PaOkech
The Kamdini residents have appealed to the Uganda National Roads Authority to construct humps along their trading centre saying that most often the motorists have not been respecting the trading centre.
They residents who mainly earn their living through selling snacks such as roasted cassava, Bananas Maize and chapatti to travelers claimed that over 3 residents were allegedly knocked by drivers who are mainly traveling to Southern Sudan.
They also claimed that the traffic Police Officers in their district have not done enough to address the situation.
They have appealed to the Uganda National Roads Authority to remove the humps to save their lives.
The LC3 Chairman of Oyam district, Tom Arach believes that the construction of the humps would help in reducing accidents as vehicles would be required to lower speed when approaching busy centres.
He cited some of the busy trading centres that are prone to accidents in Oyam as Minakullu, Kamdini, Nora, Aber, Loro and corner Atabara that leads to Aber Hospital.
Attempts to reach the Spokesperson for UNRA were fruitless.