Unlike most buses of the time, Gaaga didn’t allow chicken, fish and heavy luggage in the bus. The path ways were clear and you’d easily stretch or move around in the bus. For us who used Gaaga buses then and now see a big change (for the worst) the bus company has undergone.There rampant complaints of the buses breaking down on journies and today we were surprised they had no bus from Nebbi to Kampala because the guys in Kampala didn’t send a bus the previous night.”We had no customers coming from Kampala so the bus didnt travel” was the reason. We had to find other means to send our package.
Jaluum Herberts Luwizza is a Speaker,Writer, Columnist with the C.E.O Magazine and Contributor with the Nile Post.He is also a Business Consultant with YOUNG TREP East Africa’s No.1 Business Management and Consultancy firm that helps people start and grow profitable businesses.twitter:jaluwizza
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