Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) is to block Emmanuel Matovu popularly known as MUN-G’s show slated for September 4, at the Kati- Kati restaurant.
According to Robert Kalumba, KCCA’s assistant spokesperson, the artiste was warned against setting up his show at Kati-Kati restaurant on grounds that the restaurant was near Naguru hospital, saying that the noise would be a nuisance to the patients.
Kalumba said KCCA wrote to the artiste and management of Kati- Kati on August 20, warning MUN-G not to stage the show at the said grounds, but the artiste has gone ahead to advertise the show.
In a letter to Matovu dated August 20, KCCAâ€™s head of outdoor advertising Juliet Bukirwa said Kati â€“Kati was next to Naguru hospital, which inconveniences patients.
“Kati â€“Kati is next to Naguru hospital and as a city authority we must ensure that our patients recuperate in a comfortable environment,” Bukirwa said in one of the communications blocking the concert.