Kabuye mentioned that non-vaccinated people are divergent, they should operate from elsewhere where there are big work spaces not to spread the disease in the city. Though it is your right not to be vaccinated, it’s only the vaccinated who will be allowed to operate from the city.
Government will not allow people who are not
vaccinated against covid-19 to operate in the city come January 2022.
state minister for Kampala and metropolitan affairs, Kabuye Kyofatogabye made the announcement in Kikuubo - the city's wholesale hub - today.
He repeatedly sounded the ultimatum in both English and Luganda to ensure everyone gets the message properly.
Kabuye explained that non-vaccinated people being deviants, they should operate from elsewhere where there are big work spaces so that they work without spreading the disease.
The minister stated clearly that people have a right not to be vaccinated, and so they can only be kept away from others and be left to remain unvaccinated without endangering the compliant ones who will remain operating from the city.
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Cue out; ……… okwagazza vaccination card..”//
President Museveni in his last national address on Covid
-19 and security, instructed all Ugandans of 18 years and above unless medically exempted to get vaccinated, and promised to open up the entire economy
whether people are vaccinate or not.
According to the minister, Uganda has so far received
more that 15 million doses of vaccine and this is capable of vaccinating millions of people, and a vaccination card will be the requirement for on to access
“A jab in one’s body will be the difference between
you and your work in the city, and if you don’t need any disruptions in your
work, get vaccinated” the minister added;
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Cue out; ……... kulemesa future yo”//
The polio immunization drive by government is the
other programme the minister rallied the people to embrace. In September, there
were positive samples indicating the existence of polio in Uganda, and government
is to start immunizing all children below five years though the minister didn’t specify
KCCA executive director Dorothy Kisaka, who accompanied the minister to inspect the works on Kikuubo Lane, reminded Kampala
people to strictly observe the Covid -19 SOP’s, to avoid is spread especially the
new Omicron variant from South Africa.
Kisaka also emphasized the SMART city campaign which
is aimed at making Kampala a desirable city from structures, trade order, administration
to sanitation. On this, she warned KCCA enforcement officers to stop corruption or
else that will be dealt up on.
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Cue out; ……... kileme kutukwatako” //
The chairman Kampala central division Salim Uhuru, expressed
disappointment with the arcade land lords who have dug up the new road which is barely
one month old. They did this to connect their buildings to utilities. Uhuru requested the executive director to enforce and make sure these
land lords restore the road at their own cost;