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“MARKET ACCESS IS TO EVERYONE'S ADVANTAGE,” SAYS PRESIDENT MUSEVENI

President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has reiterated his position on access to markets, stressing that it is to everyone's advantage and beneficial to all countries trading together. 

“Now after the liberation of Africa, what we need is economic development and transformation. Here we need four factors. Human resource development, infrastructure development, investment and the production of goods and services as well as markets,” he noted. 

SPOUSES OF SFC SOLDIERS TIPPED ON GENERATING OWN INCOME TO SUPPORT THEIR FAMILIES

The State House Under Secretary, Ms. Hope Nyakairu yesterday 1st December, 2023 urged the spouses of Special Forces Command (SFC) soldiers to focus on generating their own sources of income in order to improve the welfare of their families. 

Ms. Nyakairu made the appeal while representing the State House Comptroller, Ms. Jane Barekye during a graduation ceremony of 208 spouses of SFC soldiers at Marine Battalion  Headquarters in Entebbe. 

PRESIDENT MUSEVENI MEETS VENEZUELAN ENVOYS

President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni yesterday 2nd November 2023 met and held discussions with the Venezuelan Envoys at State Lodge- Nakasero. 

The envoys included H.E Yvan Gil Pinto, the Minister of People’s Power for Foreign Affairs of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela and Hon. Yuri Pimentel Moura, the Vice Minister for Africa in the Ministry of People's Power for Foreign Affairs of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela.

“SPORTS MUST GO WITH DISCIPLINE”- PRESIDENT MUSEVENI TIPS ATHLETES

President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has advised athletes that they must be disciplined if they want to go far with their sports careers.

“Alcohol, prostitution, fighting and all that, don't go well with sports and they can ruin your life. Sports must go with discipline and the fear of the Lord, then your future will be bright,” President Museveni said.

“DON’T DELAY MY ELECTRONIC NUMBER PLATES” SAYS H.E GEN MUSEVENI AS HE PASSES OUT 2,717 POLICE AND IMMIGRATION OFFICERS AT KABALYE.

President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni continues to insist and express trust in the digital motor number plates project, saying it will be vital in fighting criminality in Uganda.

“I’m now insisting on the electronic number plates. Please, I want my number plates. Don’t delay my number plates. I don’t want these aimless number plates. I want intelligent number plates for the vehicles and for the cars,” the President said.

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