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Residents cleaning Kikindu market in Namakwekwe recently. Soroti Road market, popularly known as Kikindu market, is one of the oldest markets in Mbale district. The main market day is Sunday.
The Sunday market attracts traders from almost the whole of eastern Uganda and some business people from Kampala. It is one of the most accessible markets since it is located along side Mbale-Soroti highway just three kilometers from the town centre.
The interior accommodates over 10, traders including shop attendants, clothes sellers, food kiosks, salons and fresh food sellers. Despite the hug number of people working here, the market has failed to grow in terms of infrastructural development. Boniface Musisi, a resident of Kiteso cell, says the market was started in , in Wanambwa cell. Ayub Mafabi lives in Bujoloto cell but works in Kikindu market. He says he witnessed the market shift from Wanambwa to Nkoma.
Some vendors started selling items in their local trading centres. Some vendors, especially those residing in Nkoma, started selling goods in their area from morning to evening. This forced all merchants to shift to Nkoma, abandoning Wanambwa.
After the establishment of the Islamic University in Uganda in February , the market experienced sudden growth in terms of customers. Traders started to work all day. Structures were erected, especially to offer accommodation and catering services to the growing number of students in the area. The land size of the market was reduced significantly. Eventually the market was shifted to the Kiteso cell.