Some residents of the community who spoke with the NAN on Saturday described the state of the road as devastating and called on Kuje Area Council authorities for immediate action.
Mr Abraham Gado, a resident whose house was flooded, attributed the havoc to lack of standard drainage and improper building by some residents.
“The district head and some stakeholders of the community have had series of meetings to find a lasting solution to this road but have yielded no result.
“The road has no drainage and some have built their houses very close to the road instead of giving some space.
“The community leader and the stakeholders on regular basis have advised people to stop erecting structures very close to the road side but they refused to listen.
“The past Kuje Area Council administration promised to construct drainages and put the road in good shape but nothing has been done.
“If this kind of rain continues for a long time, many houses in this community will be seriously washed down,’’ Gado said.
He added that a tax force was appointed to stop people from erecting structures at the road side but some residents failed to adhere to instructions.