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President Receives 570m from UBA to boost COVID19 Fight

ENTEBBE, STATE HOUSE: President Museveni has today received a cheque of Shs 570million (approximately US$150,000) from United Bank of Africa (UBA) presented to him by the CEO of UBA, Mr. Johnson Agereyo, as support to help combat the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic in Uganda. 

In his brief remarks, Mr. Johnson noted that their action was also a call for the private sector to support government’s efforts to curb the spread of corona virus.

President Museveni Commissions Multi-billion marble Factory in Karamoja

MATHENIKO COUNTY, MOROTO DISTRICT: President Yoweri Museveni has hailed the people of Karamoja sub-region for supporting governments program of disarmament that has ushered in the peace now prevailing in the area followed by the industrial revolution that will not only create employment for the people but will also bring about development in the sub-region.

Despite COVID19, Economy will Thrive – President

Uganda holds intercessory prayers in face of pandemic 

STATE HOUSE, ENTEBBE: President Yoweri Museveni has said that apart from tourism and entertainment industries that would be greatly affected by the threat of COVID19 pandemic currently raving some parts of the world, the economy of Uganda would continue to thrive. 

He counseled that the businessmen who have been importing from China should think of starting to produce products from here.

President to NRM women, “Promote patriotism, embrace ICT”

NYONDO, MBALE DISTRICT: President Yoweri Museveni who is also the National Chairman of the NRM Party has urged women to promote patriotism and fight tribalism to help transform their communities.

The President, who was yesterday officiating at the closure of the NRM National Women’s league training, said tribalism failed past regimes and should not be tolerated. The one-week training was held at St John Bosco PTC Nyondo, in Bungokho South Constituency in Mbale district.