MCA donates foodstuffs to residents affected by inferno

Kabiro Ward residents got a relief after area MCA Clarence Munga visited them and donated some food stuffs.

The fire had gutted down houses in the densely populated areas of kawangware and atotal of 30 families left homeless.

Kabiro Ward MCA Clarence Munga in white addressing residents of his ward who have been displaced by the fire incident. /Photo Samson wire.

Speaking during a visit to the site, area MCA donated 5 bales of unga and additional funds to help displaced families settle while he looks for lasting solutions. “I have come to say sorry for you all.” Said Clarence Munga, area MCA. “This is just the beginning. I have also shared with His Excellency The Governor Mike Sonko, he will also give in with some help.”

Added Munga, “but still since we have busy schedules to attend to I will send my people to coordinate with whatever donations going forward.”

Kabiro Ward MCA Clarence Munga in white addressing residents of his ward who have been displaced by the fire incident. Photo Samson wire.

Residents were elated by the MCA response with some shouting. Clarence? Clarence.

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