President to Forces “Live in Harmony with the People”

KABAMBA, MUBENDE: President Yoweri Museveni, who is the Commander-in-Chief of the Uganda Armed Forces, has urged the Uganda People’s Defence Forces to always remain highly disciplined and respect wananchi because the population forms the pillars of the army’s existence.

“You must respect the people and live in harmony with wananchi. These are your parents, your mothers and fathers whom you should give full respect. If you respect the people, they will also respect you,” he counseled. 

President Museveni returns from Addis Ababa

President Yoweri Museveni is back in the country from the Ethiopian Capital, Addis Ababa, where joined other Heads of State and Government for a 2-day 33rd African Union (AU) Summit.

The Summit ran under the theme of ‘Silencing the Guns: Creating Conducive Conditions for African Development.”

Presidency Minister, Hon. Esther Mbayo and Head of Public Service, Mr. John Mitala received the President at Entebbe International Airport today in the morning.

Kampala youth tour Luweero-based Kawumu Presidential Demonstration Farm

Over 120 youths, under their umbrella organization ‘Steady Youth Platform’ have toured Kawumu Presidential Demonstration Farm in Luweero District.

The youth group from Kampala and Wakiso Disricts that was lead by Mr. Ssenabulya Frank, comprises 62 different sub-groups under the main ‘Steady Youth Platform’ that deal in different enterprises that include fish farming in Nalukolongo, carpentry in Namungoona, Shoe making in Kasubi, welding and hairdressing, among others. 

NRM National Delegates’ Conference Adopts New Election Amendment

The National Resistance Movement (NRM) National Delegates’ Conference has today adopted the NRM Constitutional Amendment of lining up behind party representatives during elections at the Party Primaries. 

This was reached today during the 2nd meeting of the 3rd NRM National Delegates’ Conference at Namboole stadium in Kampala chaired by the National Chairman of NRM Party, President Museveni. The adoption of the amendment came after heated debate amongst the delegates.

Report Corrupt Government workers, Museveni urges Investors

LONDON: President Yoweri Museveni has urged investors to report government officials who seek bribes, saying punitive action will be taken against those found guilty.

"We have launched a campaign against the corrupt. It is easy to root out this evil. The public hates them. All we need are facts. We are discouraging anyone who pays bribes. Don't deal with crooks," said the President.