Entebbe international airport is experiencing a slight decrease in the number of travelers who are coming to Uganda.
This comes after the recent political violence that resulted in the killing of hundreds of civilians by the country’s security forces. Chaos started when police arrested the National Unity Platform’s presidential candidate Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu alias Bobi wine.
Riots sparked in different regions of the country. Kampala was the starting point and vendors in the various shopping malls and arcades were ordered by police to close their shops and go home. More violence is expected after 14th Jan, the polling day for presidents and members of parliament.
It is the main reason why tourists from numerous parts of the world and other trippers have decided to postpone their travels to the nation until elections are done.
Some citizens are leaving the nation to other countries abroad. Multiple organizations have come out to condemn sadism, advised Ugandans to vote and maintain peace for a better future.