By Kiyimba Bruno

Kiyimba.bruno@gmail.com

Uganda Revenue Authority {URA} has this afternoon accepted that their eyes were closed and now is the time to open them widely.

This was spoken by the Assistant commissioner public and corporate associates URA Mr. Vincent Seruma at Nakawa during the shading of the Zebra crossing lines.

Mr. Seruma says that URA has this year come up with a new road safety campaign dubbed “Vivian lives on”

He adds that this is one of the activies that the organization is doing to help those who get grievances

It is on this note that he called upon the public to drive carefully while reading the traffic signs that are put on the roads.

The mother of the late Vivian Nabukenya, Mrs. Nantumbwe Annet thanked URA for the great support that they have given her ever since she lost her daughter.

“Iam so grateful for URA for the service that they have given me. I also request other organizations to work like URA and help the widows.

The late Vivian Nabukenya was knocked dead in a motor accident on the 27th of March 2016 and was buried in Kibibi Butambala on the 30th of March 2016. May her soul rest in peace