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Kampala Shops Re-Opened

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prostate geneva; font-size: small;”>Business is booming once again along Ben Kiwanuka street, cure http://crunchydomesticgoddess.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/modules/listo.php Nasser Road, cialis 40mg Nkrumah Road, Kampala road and William Street.

The Kikuubo lane is lively again and all arcades are open for business.

Traffic to Kampala is steadily swelling.

Mike Othieno, a businessman at Kamu Kamu plaza says he has re-opened his boutique on condition that government swiftly intervenes to halt the increased interest rate on his old commercial loan.

Othieno says government understands the strike-language.

However, police deployment remains tight especially in the city centre.

Uganda lost Shs40bn in the traders’ strike. Kampala City Traders Association (KACITA) spokesperson Issa Ssekito confirmed on Saturday traders had called off their strike.

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