Last year I stayed in Jinja. I stayed in two guesthouses: both had bed bugs.
(I know what is a bite of a bed bug and what is bite of mosquito, sandfly whatever. Twice where I have lived back home technicians have detected bed bugs.)
When I did some research I found out that local media has written about the issue. Jinja is epidemic bed bug area, the problem is described to be worse than malaria.
So when in Jinja take all the precautions to protect your luggage from bed bugs. Sleep naked, don't keep anything in bed or near it. Avoid all the wooden furniture, because bed bugs live in them. Safest place to store your luggage is the bathroom.
I was not lucky, I got bed bugs in my luggage from where I spread them all over Africa. I am sorry. But the fact is that in Africa you have no ways to get rid of bed bugs. (Or if you are traveling in warm areas with clear skies you can try black pin bag. Spread your luggage in bin bags, close them and place in direct sunlight for hours. Note: bin bags have to sunlight as many hours as possible. If you put the bags on metal roof, even better.)