UGANDA: Dust dries up noses
ADJUMANI RESIDENTS SUFFER DRIED OUT NASAL PASSAGE.
By AGWE SOLOMON
Adjumani is arguably the leading producer of Dust in the whole world.
Just as Canada is suffering from extreme snowfall, central Australia from too much heat, motorists and pedestrian have difficulties using Adjumani road due to poor visibility as a result of dusts.
Landlords in Abirichaku are considering to lower house rent by twice normal price, the traffic flow rate of dust into houses have tripled this year’s dry season, the town has literary been invaded by thick blanket of dust which is not going away any time soon.
Moses Ali a resident of the same Abirichaku village has had his white colored mansion turned reddish brown from Pakele road dust. Properties worth millions are destroyed daily from the skirmish.
There is real danger that this dust which has invaded our atmosphere, could distort how we reason, affect our culture, and have disastrous effect on people’s ingenuity.
Already there is talk that the recent poor performance in PLE is because of it since the level of drunkenness in primary school teachers dropped over the last two years.
As i write this, Residents in Russia village of Unna and Pachara are drafting a request to WHO (a specialized UN agency concerned on public health) for intervention.
It more than weeks that nasal passages have dried, irritating condition similar to tht of people suffering from dry sinuses. Use of lip balm, petroleum jelly, shear nut oil, shoe polish, toothpaste applied in noses have proved useless.
JOKES ASIDE WHERE DO OUR POLITICIANS LIVE, KWELI IN ADJUMANI?
—— AUTO – GENERATED; Published (Halifax Canada Time AST) on: January 28, 2019 at 12:47AM