Flash floods have pushed their way into a resettlement center in Bulucheke, Bududa district, leaving hundreds of landslide survivor's stranded.
Pouring rain, thunder and lightening, triggered off by torrential rainfall gushed across Bulucheke center, and drenched the camp which was established to provide temporal shelter to 5,235 victims uninhabitable.
The flash floods swept through the center and on receding opened way for extensive damage.
Huge mounds of sticky mud are visible everywhere making movement inside the camp unbearable.Women and children spent the whole day inside the tents for fear of wading through the sticky mud.
Pius Nasiru, a father of five explains that the situation in the camp is unbearable, due to the mud. He says the mud has mainly affected the children because they can't get out to play.
// Cue in: "Matofe yi ana leta..."
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Vitalis Oswan, the head of Bududa District Disaster Management Committee, says they have appealed to humanitarian organizations to help resolve the problem of mud in the camp.
He also says that Bududa district council has passed a resolution urging government to relocate the victims away from Bududa district.