From Inu, Isaac Haboro has confirmed receiving Wopa biscuits, cold water and a few tents for shelter, yesterday.
But the immediate need at this time, they say is for the road to be cleared.
Haboro is calling on the government to engage construction companies to commence maintenance on the road as soon as possible.
A working road will enable other services, such as the bank, which is another immediate need they say.
The locals are requesting for the bank service to be up again, to be able to receive money sent in by relatives.