Pictorial – A city without vendors; KCCA Campaign

Views from the NMT corridor along Luwum Street on Thursday. Courtesy Images

Over 250 vendors have so far been relocated to Uganda Government gazetted Markets around the City in a bid to create trade order and restore sanity in the Capital.

Deadline approaching for Kampala street vendors to vacate city

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