CELECELEA STADIUM, MOYO: President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has urged the NRM leaders to maintain the spirit of service to the people by attending to their needs and create more unity and development and avoiding politics of identity.
LIRA CITY: President Museveni has today advised the youth from Lango sub region that they must be able to create ideas that seek to manage the society and develop it, just like the NRM government has done.
“I hear people say young people, but with the management of society, we are talking of ideology and not biology. You can be young but confused, old but clear headed,” he said.
STATE HOUSE, ENTEBBE: President Yoweri Museveni has received the United Nation’s Assistant Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operations for Africa, Bintou Keita and discussed political, peace and security matters affecting the Great Lakes countries of the DR Congo, Burundi and Somalia among others.
ARUA CITY: West Nile should brace for accelerated development as the government and private players undertake new electricity projects in the region, President Museveni has said.
The President made the remarks yesterday (Sunday) in Arua City as he launched three major projects in Arua; a 132kV electricity transmission line, an 8MW thermal power plant and a value-processing factory for cereals.
ATIAK, AMURU DISTRICT: President Yoweri Museveni has commissioned the multi billion shillings Atiak Sugar Factory in Atiak sub county, Kilak county, Amuru district, 85 Km from Gulu City on Gulu-Nimule road.
The colourful ceremony yesterday October 22, was witnessed by both Uganda and Somali top government officials including the First Lady of the Republic of Somalia, Saynab Abdi Moallim.
LIRA DISTRICT: President Yoweri Museveni has commissioned multibillion road works for the construction of the 100 km Rwekunyu-Apac-Lira-Puranga road with an original contract price of Shs UGX 337,526,153,350 and a 36 months projection duration.
Speaking during the ceremony at Anai Primary School outside Lira City, the President said that in planning for development, government considers priorities.
KIRUHURA DISTRICT: President Yoweri Museveni has said since the NRM government came to power, there has been a ray of hope in the agriculture sector that has seen surplus in production.
“Ugandans have been awakened. Most of the agriculture produce like matooke, coffee, maize…and even minerals like cement are being produced in big quantities. Everything is produced in surplus,” he said.
WAKISO, NAMALERE: President Yoweri Museveni has flagged off Agro-Processing Equipment for post-harvest and value addition farmer organisations at Namalere Agricultural Referral Mechanization Centre in Wakiso district.
During the commissioning ceremony on saturday, the President also handed over a dummy cheque worth 60 billion shillings to the recently awarded grant beneficiaries.
WAKISO: President Yoweri Museveni has appealed to Ugandans to be extra strict on guarding and protecting themselves against COVID-19 pandemic and avoid further spread.
The President today issued an apology and statement to supporters who lined the streets at Bwaise, Kawanda and Namalere yesterday in anticipation that he would stop and talk to them. The President however, did not stop.
STATE HOUSE, ENTEBBE: President Yoweri Museveni has held a meeting with the outgoing Japan Ambassador to Uganda Kameda Kazuaki who paid him a courtesy call to bid him farewell as he concludes of his tour of duty in Uganda.