Government has started putting in place strict measures for bodabodas and taxis operating around Kampala. According to our reliable source, this is aimed at seeing many of them out of business after the lockdown.

Erias Lukwago, the Lord mayor says, “according to the document he has received, no bodaboda is going to operate within the city when it is not registered with companies like, Safe Boda, Uber, Bolt etc.,

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Out of the 970 bodaboda stages, 385 of them have been sealed off. This explains why construction was given a green light amidst this lockdown. So many changes are currently ongoing in the Uganda’s capital which will probably leave many with no place in the city on reporting back after the lockdown.

For taxis to operate again in Kampala, they must be registered with the ministry of transport. This comes along with so many guidelines as they will be unfolding.

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