Kampala’s business community under their umbrella body Kampala City Traders Association (KACITA) have vowed to engage street vendors in running battles if they remain on the streets by Friday this week.
The angry traders who were gathered at JBK Hotel in the city center said they were determined to physically exchange with vendors that would be found in front of their shops by Friday.
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“We have not made substantive sales since December, check we can’t allow this to continue that’s why we have allowed them only one day to vacate,” said Kayondo.
“We have allowed them this time after negotiations with the Inspector General of Police (IGP) and the Office of the President who promised to have them off the streets.”
The Government of Uganda is not ruling out the possibility of what a high ranking official described as an “insider job” in the break-ins at Amama Mbabazi lawyer’s firms.
Muhammed Mbabazi and Fred Muwema’s law firms in Wandegeya and Kololo respectively were broken into by unknown people on Tuesday night.
Detectives who appeared at Muhammed’s office for an investigation were locked out of the premises on grounds that the law enforcement body could not be trusted.
Muhammed said he suspected that police raided his law firm.
In response to the accusations today. Government spokesperson Ofwono Opondo observed: “The alleged break-in at JPAM lawyer Fred Muwema could be an insider job for propaganda value.”
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Police investigators denied reporters access to the crime scene.
However, according to Muwema, the main secretarial area was most ravaged as well as the offices of two other lawyers.
Asked to respond to Opondo’s remarks, Mbabazi submitted: “I am a mature person and won’t engage Ofwono Opondo in his games.”