Uganda is land gifted by nature. It is known as the pearl of Africa due to the availability of the different natural resources which are not found in any other part of Africa. If you are planning to travel to Uganda or even live and work in Uganda, how about taking note of the Recognized public holidays in Uganda 2020?
I personally believe that keeping note of this list of the different public holidays in Uganda 2020 will be of great help towards you staying organised, marking up your calendar so you do what you are supposed to do on such a day. It has ever happened and still happens that people end up accessing offices on days which are holidays to them but not recognized, and so you must avoid landing into this.
What happens on Public holidays in Uganda?
- Public offices remain closed.
- Private offices also remain closed.
- Banks remain closed.
- People movement is sometimes low during the day
Recognized public holidays in Uganda 2020
|January 01||New year|
|January 26||NRM Day|
|February 16||Archbishop Janani Luwum Day|
|March 08||Women’s day|
|April 19||Good Friday|
|April 22||Easter Monday|
|May 01||Labor day|
|June 03||Martyrs day|
|June 05||Eid al-Fitr|
|June 09||National Heroes day|
|August 12||Eid al Adha|
|October 09||Independence day|
|December 25||Christmas day|
|December 26||Boxing day|
Please note that known weekend holidays remain and are not included in the public holidays list Uganda 2020 table above.
Windup: Now that you are well aware of the recognized public holidays in Uganda 2020, You should stay tuned to the list of these important days since they will help you stay informed.