Revealers who usually use the Entebbe express highway were awoken to the shock of messing
wire mesh that initially aligned the side of the road.
After the construction of the Entebbe express highway, Ugandans were marveled by its beauty
and high standard to a point that musicians like Azawi, Chameleone and Eddy Kenzo could not
help but shoot their videos from there.
However, looks like the second lockdown is digging deep into people’s pockets and they have
decided to use the wire mesh that was besides the highway as an escape mechanism from the
Unlike previous times, people that often use the Entebbe express highway were shocked to find
a large piece of the wire mesh missing leaving the poles onto which it was attached as open as a
Former UPDF Spokeman, Col. Paddy Ankunda could not help but express his shock at the happenings as it was bizarre and unheard of for people to steal such things in a span of a night especially during curfew times when everyone rans to their homes by 7pm.
“Some Ugandans can be very unserious. Can you imagine they stole the wire mesh that was erected to fence off the Entebbe express Way! NNN,” lamented one tweep who goes Paddy Ankunda.
Ugandans have multiple times stolen public resources such as medical supplies meant to treat Ugandans that may not be in position to fend for themselves in private medical facilities that usually charge higher fees.
The last time such public property was stolen was when the solar street lights were being taken from many streets, however, cameras were installed to curb the vice which worked tremendously.
Looks like the thieves got a new target to aim at as this time round, they struck differently and unsuspected by stealing the wire mesh along the Entebbe express highway.