The Kampala traders under the umbrella of Kampala Arcade Traders Association (KATA) on Friday called out government to give them better services in terms of road access, ambulance http://conforms.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/templates/content-single-product.php licenses and a cleaner environment.
For long KATA members said that have been requesting government officers to take time off and visist them to see what they go through but with no response.
This request however was granted when the Minister for Kampala Beti Olive Kamya paid them a visit on Friday morning.
The tour began at 7am in Kisenyi to Mukwano Acarde, viagra 60mg http://cooperativenet.com/wp-content/plugins/nextgen-gallery/products/photocrati_nextgen/modules/dynamic_stylesheet/interface.dynamic_stylesheet.php to Nakasero market, look the bus terminals, Gazaland and ended at Kajja famously known as Mukikapasa.
Hon Kamya encouraged the traders to tell her their problems to better understand what she is dealing with.
Among the listed challenges, she was told are thieves and con men in Kampala, the highly charged licenses, the dirty streets that threaten their health, as well as the ever increasing numbers of street children.
Traders from Gazaland, Unifam plaza and many others also said they pay a lot of taxes but don’t have customers and also face as well as the high rent.
The minister found the Old Taxi Park in a devastating situation, this being a rainy season.
KATA on behalf of the traders thanked the Minister for visiting them and asked her to keep coming to them so that they can easily work together.