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“ALL OF YOU MUST JOIN THE MONEY ECONOMY”- PRESIDENT MUSEVENI TELLS TORORO RESIDENTS

President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has urged the people of Tororo District to join the money economy in order to fight poverty. 

 

“We have told you, please working only for the stomach is not good. You must all join the money economy because you have got needs of the stomach and non-stomach needs. So how will you solve the non-stomach needs like education if you are looking at only the stomach?” President Museveni noted. 

“SKILLS WILL IMPROVE YOUR LIVELIHOODS”- STATE HOUSE COMPTROLLER TIPS PISGBC BENEFICIARIES

The State House Comptroller, Ms. Jane Barekye has advised the beneficiaries of the Presidential Initiative on Skilling the Girl/Boy Child (PISGBC) project that the skills they have acquired through training will help to transform their lives if they put them into proper use. 

She noted that success in life doesn't only depend on university degrees but also skills. 

STATEMENT BY H.E THE PRESIDENT ON UGANDA'S AIR FORCE ATTACK ON ADF TERRORISTS

Fellow Ugandans and, especially the Bazzukulu. 

This is to inform you that last Saturday, the 16th of September, 2023, our Air Force attacked four ADF terrorists’ targets that were between kms 100 and kms 150 from the Ugandan border on the Ntoroko side. These targets had been located by assets from our Special Duties Regiments (SDR) that have good reconnaissance assets. 

PRESIDENT MUSEVENI RECEIVES CREDENTIALS FROM FOUR NEW ENVOYS TO UGANDA

President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has today received credentials from four (4) new envoys to Uganda, at a function held at State House- Entebbe.

The envoys who presented their credentials include the United States of America Ambassador, H.E. William W. Popp, the Ambassador of Norway, H.E Hermansen Anne Kistin, the Ambassador of Finland, H.E. Pirkka Tapiola and the Ambassador of Palestine, H.E. Hazem Shabat.

GOVERNMENT PARTNERS WITH TURKISH COMPANY TO SET UP STATE OF THE ART MULTIPURPOSE INDOOR SPORTS COMPLEX AT LUGOGO

The government of Uganda has partnered with Summa, a Turkish construction company, to construct a modern state of the art multipurpose indoor sports complex with a seating capacity of 15,000 people.

The complex will be set up at the premises of the National Council of Sports (NCS) at Lugogo, Kampala. 

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