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Bars are safer than churches – Bebe Cool urges Gov’t to open bars

Musician Moses Ssali alias Bebe Cool has appealed to President Museveni to consider relaxing coronavirus induced restrictions on the entertainment sector.

The government yesterday announced the reopening of gyms, massage parlours, casinos, and gaming centers effective Saturday, November 14, singer Moses Ssali alias Bebe Cool has urged the government to also reopen bars.

According to the Gagamel boss, the players in the entertainment industry can operate with strict adherence to government standard operating procedures like people in the other sectors where restrictions have already been relaxed.

In a sneak peek series of NBS Investigates that were carried out in different hangout spots in the hunt for people who violated the presidential restrictions on the novel Covid-19 disease and thronged bars to booze during the lockdown.

In the series, NBS TV’s Investigative journalist Daniel Lutaaya managed to talk to Bebe Cool in a personal and up-close interview to share his opinion about people who used to party during the lockdown and why he believes that bars should be permitted to operate again.

Bebe Cool then noted that the possibility of getting Covid-19 in the church is higher than in a bar adding how the country has never registered or heard of a drunkard being isolated for Covid

“The possibility of getting COVID-19 in a bar is less than the possibility of getting COVID in a Church, sanitizers are made from alcohol. In bars, people are drinking alcohol. Where does COVID attack someone from?” Bebe Cool said.

The “Wire Wire” singer reasoned that bars should be opened just like the case was with churches.

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