For smooth restoration of Kiseka market, new resolutions have been put in place by the market board.
The Market spokesperson Simon Lubwama says the decision on new laws came out after vendors failed to contribute money yet time is running.
The new regulations include Vendors paying 25%in one month from now while the board has to look for 75% to put up the building.
In a meeting held yesterday it was agreed on that the board members have powers to advertise and sell the remaining spaces in order to obtain money for works.
Roko construction that worn the tender started works in late May this year at a deposit of 4 billion shilling with a balance of 51billion shillings.
The market is said to have housed over 20,000 venders.