More 91 Ugandans return home as Eddy Kenzo loses hope

Musician Edirisa Musuuza Commonly Kown as Eddy Kenzo is one of the many Ugandan still stranded outside the country amid increasing cases of Covid-19 Pandemic. Courtesy/Photo

By Homeland News Corps

A total number of 91 Ugandans who were stranded in Afghanistan were on Saturday returned home aboard Egyptian airline.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs revealed that the returnee’s who boarded Egyptian Airline arrived home safely.

“They have returned home safely aboard Egyptian Airline and landed at Entebbe International Airport, on Saturday evening” the Ministry revealed in a statement.

The returnees joined their counterparts who were earlier on returned from South Sudan.

The government earlier revealed that all the returnees will be quarantined in different places at their own costs.

As the practice goes on, however, Uganda’s 2015 BET award winning artist, Edirisa Musuza aka Eddy Kenzo has continued to worry whether he will leave the foreign land of Ivory Coast to Uganda.

“I see flights bringing people to Uganda. For we don’t have even hope, did you forget us?” He posted on his official Facebook page recently.

Eddy Kenzo is one of the thousands of Ugandans who were caught outside the country, when the government declared a ban on international flights as one of the measures of combating the spread of COVID-19 disease.


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