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How loaded Nsenene vehicles dodge traffic to access markets

By Samuel Balagadde

Added 2nd November 2019 12:58 PM

Some traffic personnel had to keep close eyes as dangerously loaded vehicles with nsenene were entering Katwe football ground in Makindye Division.

How loaded Nsenene vehicles dodge traffic to access markets

Vehicles loaded with bags of Nsenene on roof tops , bonnets, boots ,windows while at Katwe football ground. Pictures taken on Saturday 2rd Nov. 2019 By Samuel Balagadde

Some traffic personnel had to keep close eyes as dangerously loaded vehicles with nsenene were entering Katwe football ground in Makindye Division.

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KAMPALA - It was all about fun with some members of the public almost running mad on seeing nsenene (grasshoppers) loaded on vehicle rooftops, bonnets, boots, and windows.
 
Some traffic personnel had to keep close eyes as dangerously loaded vehicles with nsenene were entering Katwe football ground in Makindye Division the Kampala  Capital  City  Authority  (KCCA)  gazetted place for selling grasshoppers.
 

 

Some market vendors have abandoned other food items they normally deal in and zeroed on nsenene which are liked by many.


The usual package of  Nsenene which is equivalent to half an empty bag of a 50Kg of sugar was on Saturday morning sold at Sh200,000  but sometimes shoots to over Sh500,000  during scarcity while during the boom it drops to Sh50,000 and below.
 

Moses Mukasa a specialized dealer in nsenene at Katwe market said earning big out nsenene, it requires one to buy them in plenty when still cheap and preserve them for reselling after one week or more.
 

 ehicles  loaded with bags of senene on roof tops  bonnets  boots windows  while at atwe  football ground which is  next to the area  main market  hoto  by amuel alagadde Vehicles loaded with bags of Nsenene on rooftops, bonnets, boots , windows while at Katwe football ground which is next to the area's main market. Photo by Samuel Balagadde

He said Ugandans abroad are aware of this November main season for nsenene and have placed orders although some freights have started becoming more strict on the movement of insects of any form.

 

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