Title of the document 💴 WIN FREE $500 ON US 🎶NEW SONGS 🎶TRENDING

Police warns Ugandans against displaying fireworks during New Year’s day celebrations

Uganda Police has said that they won’t be handing out any permission for fireworks as Ugandans bid farewell to the year 2021 on December 31. 

Additionally, Ugandans have also been warned against having night prayers on that night as it has always been the norm.

Read Also:  VIDEO: Moments you missed as Aaron wedded Pastor Jackson Senyonga’s daughter Jackie in luxurious wedding

According to Police spokesperson Fred Enanga, precautions have been put in place to curb down the spread of Coronavirus.

The Ministry of Health has confirmed over 1840 new ‘Omicron’ COVID-19 new cases in just 3 days.

“Results of COVID-19 tests done on 25 December 2021 confirmed 743 new cases. The cumulative confirmed cases are 135,091.

Read Also:  "I'm not performing in Uganda this year," Burna Boy dustbins Kampala concert reports

“Results of COVID-19 tests done on 24 December 2021 confirm 1,116 new cases. The cumulative confirmed cases are 134,348,” MOH announced.

Launching fireworks on December 31st at 11:59 has been a regular tradition in Uganda and elsewhere in the world.