The State Minister for Local Government has intervened in the wrangles between political and technical leaders in Kitagwenda District.
The intervention by Victoria Rusoke comes three weeks after unknown people, locked the office of the Kitagwenda district Chief Administrative officer David Lubuka. Unknown people broke the door glasses and chained the door frames with two padlocks.
Lubuka was accused of involving in conflicts with politicians and civil servants in the district.
On Tuesday, Rusoke convened a meeting at the district headquarters to find solutions for the continued standoff.
Ismail Mushemeza, the LCV Chairperson Kitagwenda told the minister they have failed to monitor government programs because of the indiscipline of the public servants headed by the CAO.
Mushemeza said that the only solution to the bickering is to transfer Lubuka.
James Baguma, the District Speaker told the minister that since the start of the current financial year, the district has never implemented any projects after the CAO failed to release funds.
However, Lubuuka denied the accusations saying that the district leaders had declared a fight against him for unknown reasons.
However, Rusoke said she is against transferring the CAO. Rusoke added that the ministry will with immediate effect commence investigation into the wrangles that have threatened delivery of services.
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