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Public Reacts Over The Rumor Of Travel Ban During Christmas Over Ebola

Public Reacts Over The Rumor Of Travel Ban During Christmas Over Ebola

The public has reacted to the rumours that government is considering a travel ban during Christmas season due to Ebola. This rumour has been going on for over a week and finally the public has reacted saying the hypocrisy is too much. First, the just completed MTN marathon on 20th aroused questions in whether government is only quick to forget or intentional about what they do.

President Museveni during his last address had emphasized that people should avoid crowded places to stop the spread of Ebola. However, during the MTN marathon, this didn’t matter at all especially with the participation of the Prime Minister and State Minister of Health.

Members of the public including politicians say the hypocrisy is beyond negligible. So, it has to be addressed.

“The @MinofHealthUG through the @GovUganda is so shameless. One wonders why schools are to close the term so early! Why were Kasanda and Mubende put under lockdown! It doesn’t make sense,” a one Wako Joel said.

“The citizens are asking- is there an outbreak of ebola in Uganda. Or is it a stunt being used to siphon public funds and money from donors? If there is an outbreak, does it only operate in schools? Our country is ruled by criminals who are not even competent to run a sub-county,” Robert Kyagulanyi, the NUP president commented.

Since the MTN marathon, no official has come out yet about to talk about the crowds in the face of EBOLA. This is probably the reason why people are bitter about the possibility of a travel ban during Christmas. This is because it seems far fetched without any good reasons.

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