Process to repatriate Ugandans stranded abroad due to COVID-19 is on as 13 people are cleared to return home

Ben Kavuya’s family members are part of the cleared people

The government attention has been drawn to media queries on how some Ugandans have been cleared to return home when Entebbe International Airport is shut down and Uganda is under COVID-19 lockdown. 
In a statement release by Uganda Media Centre, the government explains that a while ago, Parliament and Ugandans at large asked government through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to explain the situation of Ugandans stranded abroad, and where possible help facilitate them safely return home.
It is therefore in that light, that Foreign Affairs Ministry has cleared a total of 13 people in a gradual and controlled process to return home and be quarantined at their own cost. The list of names is on the press statement below;

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