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Presidents Who Used Foreign Country's Airlines To Uganda For Tomorrow's Swearing In Ceremony

All eyes will be directed to Uganda tomorrow during the swearing in ceremony of its long serving leader His Excellency Kaguta Yoweri Museveni. Kololo Independence Grounds will be the venue where the ceremony will be taking place.

According to the Minister For Presidency Mrs Esther Mbayo, eleven heads of state and government of confirmed their attendance while ten have confirmed to send their representatives.

A day to the swearing in ceremony, Entebbe International Airport has been busy receiving foreign delegations.

At least three presidents have so far arrived in Uganda for tomorrow ceremony, they are Somalia President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed also known as Farmaajo, Burundi President Evariste Ndayishimiye and South Sudan President Salva Kirr. But it is a coincidence that the three were the first to arrive while using foreign country's airplanes.

Burundi President H.E Ndiyashimiye used Uganda national carrier Uganda Airlines Bombardier CRJ 900 manufactured by Canadian Aeroplane manufacturing company.

Farmaajo used National Airways Ethiopia Embraer ERJ-145EU manufactured by Brazil Aeroplane manufacturing company Embraer. National Airways is a private airline operating in Addis Ababa Ethiopia offering chartered services and scheduled flights.

South Sudan President Salva Kiir arrived at Entebbe International Airport using Rwanda Air Boeng 737-800 Next Generation.

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Esther Mbayo Evariste Ndayishimiye H.E Ndiyashimiye Kololo Independence Grounds Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed


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