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Has debt burdened Uganda finally surrendered Entebbe Airport to China to rebrand it Huen? Here is the truth

Social media is awash with reports that the Ugandan government has finally surrendered Entebbe National Airport to China. 

The discussion came about after NTV Uganda journalist Andrew Kyamagero asked Ugandans to Google the word Huen. 

“Go to Google and type Huen airport” see the results and have a good day,” he posted on Facebook today morning. 

After typing in Huen airport on Google, the search results directly show Entebbe airport pushing many to believe that the airport has been rebranded to Huen. These are claiming that China finally took over the airport after Uganda failed to pay its huge loan. 

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This shocking news comes just weeks after rumours went viral that China was in final plans to take over the country’s airport.

It’s should however be recalled that just like president Museveni, China also denied all the rumours and assured Ugandans that it has no interest in taking over their airport. 

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According to experts, Huen is Entebbe International Airport’s ICAO airport code or location indicator.

The code consists of 4 letters and it’s formed based on different classifications among countries and regions.

The first letter stands for the region in which the Airport is located and Uganda is located in Region H together with other countries which include Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Ethiopia, Djibouti, Eritrea, Egypt and Lybia.

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The second letter stands for the country the airport is located which is U in Entebbe International Airport’s case. 

The last two letters stand for the name of the airport which is EN.