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Ugandan immigration staffs are busy clearing travellers when a tall young man marches to the counter and demands an entry stamp in his South Sudanese passport. The immigration officer has a number of queries before he can clear him, and the impatient young man starts getting angry and belligerent. The immigration officers enlist the help of police to overpower the young man and escort him back to the Kenyan side.
Ugandan and Kenyan officers examine the case, and compare notes and finally give him clearance to travel to Kampala. The Ugandan officer in charge of immigration, Margaret Obong, regrets the amount of time lost on such individual cases when immigration officers of both countries walk across to compare notes and meet with their counterparts.
This innovation is going up in many parts of East Africa to speed human and goods traffic, save time and money, and allows the private sector to generate more money and less paperwork. The Uganda — Kenya Busia border can be a contentious place. Building is expected to start this year and will last some 18 months. But on busy days, such as when schools are opening or closing, the numbers go to 1, in either direction.
Usually, three quarters of the people crossing at Busia are Kenyans. The remainder is other East Africans, Ugandans and citizens of other countries. Margaret anticipates a dramatic increase in the efficiency and speed at which her team does their work with the establishment of the OSBP, and other benefits.
She has been given a bill of UGX 1. She is taking it to Lira in northern Uganda to sell but has run to the office of the top Uganda Revenue Authority supervisor to appeal her case.