MEMBERS of the Busia county assembly have been asked to work with the Public Service Board. A section of youth from Teso North district led by Amagoro Youth Council interim chairman Painthus Papa told the MCAs to keep off the affairs of the board.
They said the MCAs should allow the PSB to exercise its mandate without external interference. "If this stalemate persists in the next two weeks, we shall mobilise residents of the county and push for mass action against the MCAs," Papa said. He was speaking to the Star in Busia on Sunday.