By Watchdog reporter

Ugandan traders have refused to leave war ravaged South Sudan capital, Juba, saying, this was the right time to make money.

Traders say, there’s money in every risk.

Minister of Trade and industry Amelia Kyambadde says government was doing everything possible to trace Ugandans hiding from the conflict for evacuation however there are several that have declined the offer saying, there were going to make money from the conflict.

Juba erupted into full blown war after troops loyal to First Vice president Riek Machar started shooting outside the presidential palace leaving more than 200 dead.

Britain and USA among other countries have already evacuated their citizens to either Uganda, Kenya or Ethiopia.

Uganda has officially deployed on its borders with South Sudan, and according to army spokesman Paddy Ankunda, UPDF doesn’t rule out entering South Sudan if there’s need