Masindi has ordered all contractors who executed shoddy work on district project this financial year, to re-do the works.
Some of the companies that have been ordered to repeat their works include Crest Tank Limited and Asiimwe Enterprises.
Last year Masindi district Local government contracted Crest Tank Limited, to construct mobile toilets worth over 30 million shillings in Kibanda County.
Wilfred Byakagaba, Masindi LC V chairman says that the contractor who was about to complete the project didn't follow the specification of the contract.
He says that Crest Tank Limited has to repeat the works or risk prosecution.
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Officials from Crest Tank could not be reached as the mobile phones provided on the company's website are off.
The LC V chairman Wilson Byakagaba says that, Asiimwe Enterprises, owned by a Masindi-based businessman has been ordered to redo a classroom block in Kirasa village.
He claims that the contractor used different timber and iron sheets from that which was specified in the contract.
Joseph Asiimwe, the company's proprietor is unwilling to comment on the shoddiness, but says the work is being redone.
In Bwijanga subcounty, the Masindi Chief Administrative Freddie Ngobi has personally overseen the demolition of several classroom blocks built contrary to the set terms.
Masindi NGO-Forum, which has gone on record pushing for accountability of the district local government, however wants district engineers to answer for the shoddy work.
Ester Obwona, the forum's chairperson says much as the CAO and the district executives are doing fine work, the engineers who oversee the projects right from onset have a case to answer.
CAO Ngobi admits that the engineers are partly to blame. He says he is to take action on them after establishing the gravity of the damage.
Ngobi's critics say he does not have the capability or qualifications to determine what is perfect or not.