No, Kenyan citizens cannot work in Uganda under the visa-free entry policy. Visa-free entry is only granted for tourism purposes and does not allow the holder to engage in any employment or paid activity in Uganda.
If a Kenyan citizen wants to work in Uganda, they will need to apply for a work permit, which can be obtained through the nearest Ugandan embassy or consulate. The work permit application process usually involves providing documentation such as a valid employment contract, a letter from the employer in Uganda, and proof of qualifications and experience.
It's important to note that working in Uganda without the appropriate work permit is illegal and can result in serious consequences, including fines, deportation, and even imprisonment. For more information and contact address, you should visit Uganda Embassy in Kenya.