The report was compiled by the Uganda medical and dental practitioners' council, nurses and midwives council, allied health professionals council and the pharmacy council.
Sembuya added that the genuine practitioners, who were affected, had registered companies certified under the law.
Kimaze dismissed Government’s claim that it acted on public interest, saying Government instead abused this very public trust when it effected the ban instead of clamping down in the quarks.
“Like any other trade, there are quarks. Government is supposed to separate the wheat from the chaff .Good reflexologists were punished disproportionately and the bad were let off the hook,”Kimaze said.
The judge said ruling would be given at a yet to be announced date.
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