The number of stranded Ugandans in the city of Bor in the war torn Republic of South Sudan is over 5500 mark. Out of this number, over 30 have been killed in the South Sudan insurgency.
There is desperation among Ugandans stranded in South Sudan and these are now sheltering at a UN compound… that has very limited facilities, space and food supplies.
Moses Lwanyaga, one of the Ugandan nationals stranded in South Sudan told us on phone that many of them claim that the African Union (AU) is a dead organisation… only interested in rushing to New York to stop the trial of African dictators accused of genocide, murder, enslavement, torture, imprisonment of their nationals without trial, embezzlement of public resources at the Internationl Criminal Court in Hague… but can not even raise a rapid force to ensure the safety of foreign natioanls in the South Sudan armed conflict.
Others also claim that the Kampala government is as dead as the AU because it has done no effort to rescue its citizens trapped up in the South Sudan conflict.