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100 Ugandans stranded in Rwanda repatriated back home

RWANDA- The High Commission of the Republic of Uganda in Kigali,  Rwanda has successfully repatriated 100 Ugandan nationals out of more than 350 who had been stranded in Rwanda due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

This is the first repatriation exercise to be undertaken by the High Commission which is expected to be done in series of repatriations of 100 people every after 3 days.

The Ugandan  Embassy undertook the registration process and coordinated their return aboard  4 Volcano Buses from Kigali through Gatuna (Katuna) border post destined for Kampala. 

The Chairman of the Ugandan Association in Rwanda Boogere Issah thanked all Ugandans for the cooperation shown and the efforts to support fellow Ugandans during the lockdown period and urged them to continue with the spirit and he wished them a safe journey.

In her remarks, the Charge d’Affairs in Rwanda  Ms Anne Katusiime lauded all Ugandans for the resilience and patience they have exhibited during this trying period and pledged to ensure that all Ugandan nationals in distress are repatriated home safely.

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She wished them a safe journey and urged them to abide by Ministry of Health guidelines when they arrive in Uganda. 

The buses were flagged off from the official premises of the High Commission in Kacyiru today morning  at 9:00am and were escorted to Gatuna/ Katuna border by the High Commission officials. 

It’s reported that the travellers will be received in Kampala by officials from Ministry of Health  and will immediately proceed to quarantine centres in accordance with the regulations stipulated by the  Ministry of Health.

Patson Baraire Mushaija
Patson Baraire Mushaijahttps://theinformerug.com/
Patson Baraire Mushaija is a Seasoned Journalist. He has an experience of Field and Community reporting for over 20 years. He started his career at Daily Monitor in the 1990s and is known for breaking major stories that remain topical issues today like the Bwindi Massacre and Kibwetere Inferno. He also worked at New Vision before concentrating on Digital Media. He has worked as reporter and news editor for a number of Media Organisations. Baraire is a family man, practicing farmer, and public speaker, is passionate about community Journalism. He is currently a Co-Editor at the Informer Ug an Online Publication in Western Uganda. Patson is widely traveled in East and Central Africa where he has attended several media training and Election Monitoring. He is passionate about Environmental Issues and Health Reporting.

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