The staff of Arua One on Sunday joined the police, army, security guards, students and market vendors in parade to commemorate the 54th Independence day celebrations at police grounds in Arua town.
The staff held their banners representing the station and the fourth state. Some of the members of the press association joined the procession as they join to commemorate the day. After the event, several of the staff joined their families to relax in the evening and had great moments.
Uganda attained its Independence from the British Colonial rule. And as a tradition in the past, after attending to speeches at various grounds, families usually organize for a get together with friends to celebrate the day. Last night, in Arivu, Bondo, Ullepi trading centers, women carrying their babies on their back did not leave it out to the men alone. They joined in the dance to commemorate the day.
In the main town center, several entertainment centers like Matonge, Vino Lounge and Cassablanca were all filled to capacity with bottles of beers, soda and wines flooding the tables. Some imported the Congolese favourite Skol and Primus from Aru and Ariwara. People had to dance till morning when then the D-Jay said good bye.