Neglected responsibility will always haunt you

I think Governor Fidele Ndaisaba has a point but he is missing out on one thing. How can you blame your children for going to the neighbour’s house to watch TV when you have refused to bring in one?

I think Governor Fidele Ndaisaba has a point but he is missing out on one thing. How can you blame your children for going to the neighbour’s house to watch TV when you have refused to bring in one?

It is good to warn the residents against acts that will expose their lives to danger but am thinking it would be wise to do the needful and the most essential.

Yes it’s not good to keep petrol in the house not only because it can fuel up a fire out break but even the fumes that it gives off are not good for human health.

But if the gas station is out of reach and the residents feel inconvenienced, then, like it or not such risky practices will continue.

“The nearest we can get a petrol station is in Huye district. A trip to refill a Motorcycle tank to Huye will be counter productive because by the time one returns, the tank will be empty,” remarked the Mayor in an article that run on the 1st December New Times newspaper entitled; “Residents warned against keeping petrol in houses.”

When you have a pit in your compound and its in your power to close it up yet you want one of your family members who does not even have the capacity to close it up, then I think you are trying to avoid your responsibility.

If the people in the area cannot invest in the business because of their financial status, then the government should go on and build a gas station or find an investor that can help out.

Neglected responsibility will always haunt you.

Kabuga

 

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