KAMPALA: The management of Link Bus services has denied being suspended for two weeks after one of their buses was involved in a grisly accident on Wednesday that claimed lives of 21 people.
Instead the bus management says they have only suspended their services for three days as they review their operations.
They also say the move is intended to take their bus drivers on a refresher course.
Tom Alitua, the Link Bus spokesman, on Thursday said that they were to receive the suspension notice from the Works minister.
However, Susan Kataike, the works ministry spokesman, said Minister Katumba Wamala has suspended the bus operations for two weeks to pave way for investigations into the accident.