After President Yoweri Museveni imposed a 42 days lockdown, many Ugandans were full of complains. They complained that the President had made life harder for them because it was even difficult to provide for their families. In fact, Boda Boda riders did not hide their disappointments as they urged President Yoweri Museveni to lift the lockdown.
Today, it was a bittersweet moment in Uganda. That is because President Yoweri Museveni finally came out to make his address regarding Covid-19. In his address, Boda Boda riders were given a point of relief as it was said that they are now allowed to move up to 6pm even though they are only allowed to carry one passenger per time. On the other side, President Yoweri Museveni stated that curfew time is maintained from 7pm to 5:30am. The Head of State insisted that all the other people except the security personnel and other people allowed to move should be in their homes.
"Curfew time is maintained from 7:00 PM to 5: 30 AM. All people except the security personnel and other people allowed to move should be in their homes." Said President Yoweri Museveni.
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