MARKET| RAILWAY| BUSINESS
Kireka residents risk their lives on the railway
Residents of Kireka, Kira Municipality in Wakiso District have turned the railway line into a market without realising how dangerous this could be.
People sell their merchandise in the middle of the rail line and even the pedestrians move confidently without fear as they move with children.
Photo by Ramadhan Abbey
Are Ugandans tired of working out from home?
In one of his Presidential addresses on how the country can fight the spread of coronavirus, the President Kaguta Museveni urged Ugandans to exercise indoors. However, some Ugandans have taken to the streets to jog and workout from the Northern Bypass in Kireka, Wakiso district. Our Photojournalist Francis Emorut captured these images.
Heavy rain blocks Kampala Roads
Early morning rains have left most rpads in Kampala impassable. Many Ugandans could barely cross the flooding roads.
Lawrence Kittata captured the moments.
Women cycle to work
Women find solace in cycling as a means to go to work after public transport costs were more than doubled. This came after a presidential directive to taxi and bus operators to observe social distancing by loading half of the carrier's capacity, in so doing doubling the fares. MARIA WAMALA brings you pictures of women cycling to work along Jinja road in Kampala.
Gulu life without masks
In Gulu city, most pedestrians, motorists and commuters go about their public life as was pre-Covid-19 times. Face masks are still left to a few and the general means of transport is bodabodas even though there is a presidential directive stopping people from using motorbikes.
Photos by Dennis Ojwee
Buyende children run errands on bicycles
Bicycles in Buyende district are a common means of transport both for the adults, and interestingly, for many children. It is, therefore, common to see many children riding bicycles going about errands such as shopping or even fetching water.
Photos by Henry Nsubuga
What happens when a soldier meets a market vendor?