Some residents of Lukulu South in Kasama District Northern Province have complained of not receiving any farming inputs from the social warfare scheme which is meant for the vulnerable.

The social warfare scheme program has been allocating farming inputs such as bags of fertilizer and seeds to the vulnerable such as the aged, widows and the differently abled among others in the area.

One of the residents who have chosen to remain anonymous has One Love Radio news that they haven’t been given any farming items despite them forming a committee and applying for the same program.

He alleged that many vulnerable have been left out because the area headman who they say is in charge has been selective and biased in on handing in names of whom the items should be located to.

Meanwhile, when contacted for a comment Kasama District Lukulu South Headman Mr. Bwalya refuted claims of being selective and biased further stating that the allocated warfare farming inputs are little and cannot carter for everyone in the area.

Headman Bwalya clarified that about a thousand people applied for the program and only 80 bags or fertilizer among other things has been only allocated from the scheme.

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