National Water Sweats Plasma As Customer Storms Their Offices With Empty Jerrycans After Two Weeks Of Water Outage

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National Water Sweats Plasma As Customer Storms Their Offices With Empty Jerrycans After Two Weeks Of Water Outage
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National Water and Sewerage Corporation(NWSC)  spent their Thursday morning of 17th December 2020  battling with one of their customer  after he  stormed one of the offices in Kampala with empty jerrycans demanding to be given water to shower claiming that his family have not showered for the last two weeks due to the water outage.

While running a live video of the events, the man tasked workers to explain the absence of water in his house for the last two weeks.

“I am here, who can help me? I need water to shower, I come here peacefully,” he stated.

However, workers at the offices ran away from him while others just ignored him including a lady he claims told him that offices have no water as well before discovering that the staff at the offices turned off the taps.

“The lady who attended to me told me they have no water on the building after I checked one of the taps behind the facility, water was flowing, then she vanished. Can you imagine they turned off the water!” he lamented.

“I am not a chaotic person, I am just a tired person, I know all of you in this office because every week, we are talking about water problems, you are telling me lies after another,” he accused the staff.

This development has however pulled along list of NWSC customers on crying out loud on twitter about the same problem as the one M thiews as he goes by his name on Twitter further castigating NWSC for ignoring customers problems yet they charge them a lot of bills.

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