A min Survey conducted by Kasese Guide Radio has indicated that transport fares may remain constant even after President Museveni relaxed the loading condition due to a rise in the fuel prices.

Mr. Zerome Tundu, the chairperson for Kyalhumba stage told our reporter that whereas the conditions were relaxed and learners going to school next week, the community members do not have enough money after the two years lock down but fuel prices had increased all the same.

He said the above environment would force them to maintain the transport fares, with Kyalhumba, Kisinga and Bwera stages charging between eight-ten thousand shillings. Mr. Zerome speaking…..

https://kaseseguideradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/MR.ZEROME-ON-TRASPORT-MANTAINCE....mp3

Mr. Geoffrey Baluku, the chairperson Kisinga stage who threatened to indiscriminately deal with drivers loading passengers out of the tax park, said they will charge eight thousand shillings as a give to parents who have suffered during the two years lock down. Mr. Geoffrey speaking…

https://kaseseguideradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/MR.GEOFFREY-ON-COVID-19-SITUATION....mp3

Mr. Karutaru Muhammad papa Chugi, the chairperson Bwera –Kasese calls for total observance of the SOPs before warning travelers against boarding outside the taxi park, or else, they taken advantage of by robbers impersonating public transporters. Mr. Papa chugi speaking…

https://kaseseguideradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/PAPA-CHUGI-ON-TRANSPORT....mp3

Earlier this week the Uganda police spokesperson Asp Fred Enanga had asked parents and guardians to play their responsibilities of personally taking their children to their respectively school. END.

Share.

Leave A Reply

Exit mobile version