KAMPALA-UGANDA/NEWSDAY: The traders who were forced out of Mulungu beach market in April 2020 as a result of rising water levels on Lake Victoria- have mobilised into a better and more organised place nearby. Kampala Capital City Authority-KCCA and National Environment Management Authority-NEMA and Buganda Land Board, the landlord, closed the site citing health and environmental challenges.
Amid closed bars, our visit at Mulungu shows that perhaps it is the only bar in Uganda that operates openly but with strict adherence to Covid19 SOPs .
A man walks past Mulungu fish market October 2, 2021. A storied wooden structure that acts as fish market at the lower floor and a bar at the upper floor. This was constructed after traders were relocated from the main beach in 2019. Newsday Photo Tilapia on display at Mulungu on October 2, 2021. Photo by Newsday. Revelers enjoy away at Mulungu Market, October 2, 2020. Photo by Newsday Fish leftovers after revelers enjoyed their meal at Mulungu on October 2. 2021. A hawker displays organic roots commonly known as Mulondo at Mulungu. Newsday Photo A man displays a Nile Perch at Mulungu beach October 2 2021. One kilo costs Shs.20.000. Newsday Photo The New structures that emerged at Mulungu beach. A man points at something as a shoe dealer stands besides at Mulungu. The New structures that emerged at Mulungu beach.
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