Bahengana is accusing the vendors of overcrowding the street walkaways, making the town filthy in the town and causing disorder.
Masaka Municipality Mayor Godfrey Kayemba in an interview with URN on the contradition to evict food vendors off the streets
Godfrey Kayemba Afaayo, the Masaka Municipality Mayor and John Bahengana, the
Town clerk have disagreed on a proposal to evict food vendors off the streets of
Bahengana is accusing the vendors of overcrowding the street walkways, making
the town filthy and causing disorder.
The different streets of Masaka are known to attract several vendors dealing in both raw and cooked foodstuffs, usually targeting
customers in the evening hours.
The vendors take advantage of the current lights that
were installed to operate on the streets.
Bahengana says its high time vendors occupied the gazetted places in markets
and buildings to establish permanent eating joints and restaurants to restore order in the municipality.
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But Kayemba, says that the vendors need
to be guided on how to maintain order while doing their work other than being
He says that as a leader, he has to ensure that all categories of people leave in the town
and fully benefit from the facilities in place to improve their livelihoods.
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