Several taxi drivers and motor cycle operators took advantage of Christmas day to earn bucks by ferrying worshipers to the various prayer venues.
Some of the taxi operators who claimed to be Muslims said they didn't break of for christmas because it doesn't affect them.
But some Boda Boda riders who claimed to be Christian said they were working because they are poor to celebrate Christmas.
Hassan Mubiru, a taxi driver plying Rubaga road said he does not care about Christmas.
//Cue in: Today is Christmas...
Cue out# getting moneyi//
Joseph Mubiru, a motor cycle operator in the city says they were busy transporting people to churches.
Mubiru said he was a Christian but needed to get some money in the morning before joining his family late for Christmas.
In many taxi and bus stages worshipers could be seen scrambling for the few available taxis to their respective churches.
At Rubaga Cathedral, many worshipper madder it to church on boda boda as there were a few vehicles plying the routes.
Daniel Kamukama, who turned up for prayers at Rubaga said he chose to use a boda boda because there were few taxis operating.
Several markets around Kampala also opened for business, although the morning drizzle affected their business.
Annette Nakalema, who operates a stall in Nakawa market, said she had opened expecting to server a few of her regular customers.