Major Parts of Kampala to Experience Water Shortages on Tuesday


NWSC says it plans to carry out routine maintenance works at the Ggaba water plant.
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Users in major parts of Kampala city and surrounding areas will experience water shortages on Tuesday as a result of a planned maintenance works, NWSC has said.

National Water and Sewerage Corporation (NWSC) annouced on Monday that its technical teams intend to undertake routine maintenance works at Ggaba water treatment plant on Tuesday.

The works are scheduled to take place between 7am and 7pm on Tuesday.

“The Management of National Water and Sewerage Corporation wishes to inform it’s esteemed customers and the general public that there will be water supply interruptions in some parts of Kampala on Tuesday 15th October, 2019 ¬†from 7am to 7pm,” NWSC wrote in a statement.

Customers have been advised to store enough water and use it sparingly.

The maintenance works at Ggaba water treatment plant will effect Parts of Kampala central business district, Buziga, Ggaba, Bunga, Munyonyo, Lukuli, Salaama, road, Kyamula, Konge and the surrounding areas.

The Rubaga service area which includes Rubaga, Nakulabye, Lungujja, Namungoona and the surrounding areas, Nansana, Buddo, Nabbingo, Bulenga, Buloba, Nsangi and the surrounding areas, will also be affected.

Other areas that will experience water cut outs are those in the Namasuba service area – Najjanakumbi, Seguku, Masajja, Busabala, Ndejje, Lubugumu, Lubowa, Mutundwe and the surrounding areas.

Below are other areas that Tuesday’s maintenance works will affect

Jinja road

Mukono, Seeta, Kyambogo, Banda, Bweyogerere, Namanve, Butto, Kyambogo and the surrounding areas

Bombo road

Bwaise,Kawempe, Maganjo, Kawanda, Kawempe, Ttula, Kagoma and the surrounding areas

Wakiso service area

Wakiso, Bukasa, Kigoma and the surrounding areas

Mutungo Service area

Mutungo, Luzira, Nakawa,Biina, Kitintale, Butabiika and the surrounding areas.

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