“We thought we would have the first inception meeting to get to know what they are going to do, how the community is going to benefit, which was not done,” says Kasese district’s deputy chairman, Hamu Natuhwera, a seasoned community mobiliser. “People had wanted it, everyone was eager to know the process, how it will be running but we never heard from them actually up to today,” he tells The Africa Report.
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