Pupils in a school in Sultan Hamud bear the brunt of the SGR

Checkpoint | Sunday 19 Mar 2017 11:22 pm

While the rest of the country prepares to see the first SGR trains taking off in June this year, pupils in a school in Sultan Hamud, are bearing the brunt of the project as their school is now almost out of bounds, thanks to the barbed wire fences around the railway tracks.  Parents have to escort their children to school at dawn while those living near the railway beg their neighbours to allow them access out of their very own land. Mark Namaswa brings you the negative part of this otherwise good project.