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Bigambo bibebitono tukole bukozi,2021. (Let us talk less and work more, covid season 19.)
Copyright Jim Joel Nyakaana 2023
Updated Oct 2021
Location Array
Topics Affluence, Black and White, Conceptual, Culture stories, Fine Art, Journalism, Lesbian, Photography
This photo project shows how Ugandans creatively devised means to survive and earn a living despite the partial lockdown instituted by the government of Uganda on 18th June,2021 for forty two (42) days. Private and public vehicles, shopping malls were not allowed to open. Essential workforce such as health institutes, markets, construction, media and tourism vehicles were allowed to move. People were not allowed to move about except if jogging or going to work or markets. These photos were taken during my walks around town.
This  story was inspired by a caption on the windscreen of a goods track in downtown Kampala, from which this project gets its title, bigambo bibebitono tukole bukozi (Luganda) translated to English as Let us talk less and work more.

Jim Joel Photography & safaris

Jim Joel is an artist exploring cities in Uganda and beyond. Using photography he archives the present and also takes guided tours in Kampala and other cities
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