As political campaigns draw to an end, the voters in Kinkizi west have tasked Amama Mbabazi, the Minister of Security, to explain why they should vote him again.
Some voters are bitter that Amama has for the last five years failed to fulfill the pledges he made in 2006.
The People of Nyanga, Kibimbiri, Rushoroza, Nkunda in Kihiihi sub county, have once again echoed their demand for clean water, a promise the government made to them in 2001.
Nelson Natukunda, The LC3 Chairman Kihiihi Sub County, told Mbabazi that typhoid remains a common ailment faced by the residents due to an acute shortage of clean water.
Mbabazi however told the visibly disappointed voters that the problem of water has been studied and analyzed by the government.
He explained that an 11 billion shilling Kanyampango Gravity water scheme project has been signed to benefit the people in the area.
Mbabazi noted that the water project is the biggest in the country and can benefit as many people as possible.
Voters in Kanyanshogye in Mpungu Sub County, Karangara in Kayonza, Kanyungusi in Kanyantorogo demanded to know when there will ever be enough drugs in their health centers.
These areas have no Health Centers and patients travel long distance to reach at the neighboring health facility.
Mbabazi assured them that the NRM government has a new plan to revamp the health sector so that people can get medical treatment as fast as possible.
the issue of bad roads in the district dominated the question time and it took a lot of explanation by Minister Mbabazi to convince the voters that the road from Rukungiri to Ishasha then to Kihiihi and Kanungu up to Nyakishenyi has already been earmarked for tamakcing.
Mbabazi has represented Kinkiizi West in Parliament since 1994.