The judiciary has delivered relief aid worth millions of shillings to Bududa landslide suvivors in Buwali Sub County.
The items delivered include bags of posh and rice, clothing, beddings, soap and shoes which were equitably distributed to the affected persons.
The survivors through their sub county speaker, aired out some of the challenges and accused government through ministry of Disaster Preparedness of turning a deaf ear regarding their situation.
They said most of their children have never attended school since they were displaced from their respective homes.
Therefore the aid from the judiciary came as a big relief to many of the survivors who lacked essential items.
Distributing relief items at Buwali primary school, the team from the judiciary led by Margaret Mutonyi, the Mukono High Court resident judge expressed condolences to the people who perished.
With over 100,000 people still believed to be living precariously on the slopes of Mount Elgon, the team appealed to the government to relocate the people before a major catastrophe occurs.
They also requested the government to come with plan of providing food relief to the survivors who are now starving
The judicial officials warned the affected persons against being reckless with their children while at the camp, asking them to remain responsible.
According to the Uganda Red Cross report, over five people are believed to be killed and hundreds displaced following the deadly mudslides at the foothills of Mount Elgon early this month.