PHOTOS! NUP Supporters Plant Banana Plantations in Kampala Potholes



In an unconventional demonstration of dissatisfaction with the deteriorating condition of roads in Kampala, supporters of the National Unity Platform (NUP) have taken to planting banana plantations in potholes that plague the city's streets. This unique form of protest follows a call to action by NUP principal, Bobi Wine (Robert Kyagulanyi), urging supporters to voice their discontent with the current regime during the hosting of the National Assembly of Municipalities (NAM) summit.


The streets of Kampala have long been plagued by a severe pothole problem, causing inconvenience for motorists and pedestrians alike. In a symbolic move, NUP supporters have decided to draw attention to this issue by transforming the potholes into small banana plantations, highlighting the neglect of the city's infrastructure.


Bobi Wine's call for demonstrations coincides with the NAM summit being hosted in Kampala, serving as a platform for NUP supporters to express their dissatisfaction with the current state of affairs. The unconventional nature of the protest not only underscores the severity of the road conditions but also adds a touch of creativity to the political statement.

While the demonstration remains peaceful, it is a clear indication of the frustration felt by NUP supporters regarding the city's neglected roads. The banana plantations serve as a visual representation of the missed opportunities for development and improvement under the current regime.


Authorities are yet to respond to the unique protest, but it has already gained attention on social media, with supporters sharing images and videos of the banana plantations growing in the heart of pothole-riddled roads. As the NAM summit unfolds, the NUP demonstration adds an unconventional and thought-provoking element to the ongoing political discourse in Kampala. The symbolic act aims to push for urgent attention to the city's infrastructure and call for accountability from the current administration.

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