I'm a kid (dogo = small) on the streets of Kampala (Kla), Uganda. I'm invisible to most; but this is my Twitter diary (transcribed by @AddisTunes & @MuheebwaH)
The new KPC round about that has been iron sheet fenced for sometime, now open. #Kampala
A street signpost calling for #casualworkers. #billboard #Weddingday
A driver knocks down a bodaboda rider opposite Equatorial Mall, causing jam on the road. #Kampaladrivers #Bodabodariders
A driver knocks down a #bodaboda rider opposite Equatorial Mall #StreetAccident #Action #Kampaladrivers
The refurbished clock tower pillar, one of the places #Dogo chills around. #Streetgame
#Streetolympics, kids enjoying a football match near a dumping site. Using a mosquito net as goal net. #Olympics #Streetgame
After the rains, peestrians and bodabodas are not spared the jam either. #Rains #Kampalastreet
An empty street. Deserted as we seek shelter from the rains. #Rain #Kampalastreet
Meet Allen, 12 yrs, everyday after school her mum gives her a saucepan full of cooked maize to go & sell on the streets.
An advert calling for porters at a construction site; #Casuallabourer #Streetadvert
Women vendor set shop on the entrance to the taxi park, targeting evening customers. #Streettrade #Kampala
Kyeyune Ivan, 10 yrs, Mityana District #Streetchild #Dogo
He is Kyenkya Bukenya, 7 years, and street child. #Africaday #Streetgame, #Dogo
A clean #Nakivubo Drainage Channel, after a clean up by @KCCA_Uganda cleaners, #Kampala, #Streetgame #SmallbroUg
KCCA cleaners on duty, cleaning up #Nakivubo Drainage Channel, a favorite hangout for #Dogos
This is how an old street kid makes a daily living.
The crowds are starting to return to the market, as the streets are cleared of vendors. Who is next?
Owino market, which was burnt months back, is slowly taking its old shape.
Searching for Scrap at a garage
Kasaja puts the scale down and soon some one steps on it. "That’s a 100 shs earned!"
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