The Gov’t has postponed the repatriation of Ugandans who are stuck abroad to a later date, according to the Ministry of Health.
Health Minister Jane Ruth Aceng had earlier said that 300 of the 2,392 stranded Ugandans would be repatriated after every two weeks and the first group was supposed to arrive last week. However, no passenger plane has landed at Entebbe airport.
While contacted to divulge about that, Dr Diana Atwine, the permanent secretary at the Ministry of Health, referred journalists to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
“You know the details are with Ministry of Foreign Affairs, they are the ones that have been in touch. Those people are the ones who know this flight. For us we do not organise their flights neither do we have their scheduled flights,” Dr Atwine said.