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PHOTOS: Entebbe International Airport Gets New Looks Ahead of NAM Summit

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Ugandans have been sent into sheer happiness with a sense of pride after they were shown the new looks of the Entebbe International Airport. This has swept off the shame that all Ugandans using that airport have been carrying, especially while comparing it to other airports in ither countries.

Today, Security Hon. Minister Jim Muhwezi alongside the Minister of Works and Transport Gen. Katumba Wamala and the chairperson of the National Organising Committee for the upcoming NAM Summit, Lucy Nakyobe inspected the newly constructed passenger terminal at Entebbe International Airport.

It is from this point that Ugandans got a chance to have a clear look at the new looks and standard of the airport.  And Ugandans think this facelift was done because of the NAM summit that is to happen tomorrow, and the G77 plus China summits. But still, we are informed that, these works were in the pipeline for a very long time.

These changes and improvements were significantly made at the arrivals and pickup areas. Many Ugandans have been carrying the burden of guilt when it came to our airport, moreover an international one. The buildings have been so shaggy, with old structures inside and out, and very small space for both inbound and outbound flights.

With this new look of Entebbe International Airport, Ugandans are seen on social media praising the government as others are saying that they can now fully brag that they come from Uganda. For those Ugandans that have traveled outside Uganda, they are right to brag about this development. Because when you get to other airports in foreign countries, you can surely appreciate.

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Let us raise more thanks to the government of Uganda and the Ministry of Works and Transport for the great work done. More so, a big thank you goes to the UPDF Engineers Brigade which spearheaded the works.

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