By Watchdog reporter

Only 5,400 Ugandans have registered to return from war torn South Sudan.

The number of the registered people is so low compared to the more than 50,000 Ugandan nationals working in South Sudan.

Rebellious forces attacked and looted the market where Ugandans sell their merchandise, leaving nothing in the stores.

War broke out again in Juba on the vigil of South Sudan independence. The three top leaders of the country were at the presidential palace having a meeting.

On the fateful day, word went around that President Salva Kiir had arrested the first vice president Riek Machar, prompting forces loyal to Machar to attack the palace, leaving scores dead.