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H.E THE PRESIDENT'S STATEMENT ON UGANDA'S OPERATION AGAINST ADF TERRORISTS

Fellow Ugandans, especially the Bazzukulu.

This is to inform you that today, the 21st of October 2023, we paid a serious visit to the ADF terrorists in Congo. Our gunships attacked a big camp of these criminals, 60kms from the border, Ntoroko side. The attack was devastating because it was a clear target and the reconnaissance plane, was monitoring from the air.

YOU'RE IN A RIGHT PLACE! PRESIDENT MUSEVENI REASSURES FOREIGN INVESTORS OF READY MARKET AT UGANDA-UAE INVESTMENT AND BUSINESS FORUM

President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has wooed foreign investors to invest in Uganda, saying that the East African country has a lot of investment opportunities with a readily available market. 

 

“When you produce a good or a service, who will buy the product? In the case of Uganda, you have the possibility of both. When you are here, you produce a good or a service and you will be assured of the market,” he said.

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. 

“ENROLL ONLY UNDERPRIVILEGED CHILDREN FROM KAMPALA FOR GOVERNMENT SKILLING PROGRAM” - MINISTER KABANDA TO LOCAL AUTHORITIES

The Minister of Kampala Capital City and Metropolitan Affairs, Hajjat Minsa Kabanda has urged local authorities in Kampala to recommend only the underprivileged children from the five (5) divisions of the city for free training at the skilling centers under the Presidential Initiative on Skilling the Girl/Boy Child (PISGBC) project. 

PRESIDENT MUSEVENI INSISTS ON DIGITAL NUMBER PLATES PROJECT, SAYS IT WILL BE A BIG BLOW TO CRIME

President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has insisted that the digital motor number plates project must go on as planned, saying it will be very vital in fighting crime in Uganda.

“Now, I'm insisting on the issue of electronic number plates; It will be a very big blow to crime because most of the people move to and from the scene of crime by either a vehicle or a boda boda,” said President Museveni who is also the Commander In Chief of the Uganda People’s Defence Forces (UPDF).

SOUTH AFRICAN MINISTERS LAUD PRESIDENT MUSEVENI FOR STEERING UGANDA'S DEVELOPMENT

A delegation of South African ministers has thanked President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni for being an exceptional leader who has steered development in Uganda. 

The Ministers also extended greetings from the South African President Cyril Ramaphosa and thanked the two Heads of State for their commitment towards promoting the bilateral relations between the two nations. 

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