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“THANK YOU FOR SECURING THE FUTURE OF OUR PEOPLE,” GEN. KALE KAYIHURA COMMENDS PRESIDENT MUSEVENI

Gen. Kale Kayihura has commended President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni for establishing a secure and stable future for Ugandans that has enabled the citizens to transform socially and economically.

Gen. Kayihura made the remarks yesterday during a send-off ceremony at State House Entebbe that saw him and other 10 army Generals officially retire from the Uganda People's Defence Forces (UPDF). The ceremony was officiated by President Museveni, who is also the Commander in Chief of UPDF.

“INVEST YOUR RETIREMENT PACKAGE WISELY”- SAYS H.E GEN. MUSEVENI AS HE RETIRES 11 ARMY GENERALS

“This retirement do not regard it as becoming redundant now, no, not at all. This is like a mutation; from one form of service to another one and that is why we had to hold on to retirement until we had solved the problem of package and I can assure you that what you are going with is considerable. That is why last year I permitted the retirement of generals and that is why for a long time we do not permit the retirement of casualties at Mubende.

PRESIDENT MUSEVENI MEETS UPDF AND FARDC SENIOR ARMY OFFICERS, REVIEW OPERATION SHUJAA

President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has today met senior army officers from the Uganda People’s Defence Forces (UPDF) and the Armed Forces of the Democratic Republic of Congo (FARDC) at State House Entebbe. 

During the meeting, President Museveni who is also the Commander In Chief of UPDF and the senior army officers reviewed the progress of Operation Shujaa in the Democratic Republic of Congo. 

“UGANDA MUST BE ABLE TO COMPETE AT CRICKET WORLD CUP,” SAYS H.E MUSEVENI

President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has today reiterated the government's commitment to develop all sports disciplines in Uganda now that the country has registered significant improvements in the economy. 

According to the President, the focus is now on building more stadiums and training facilities across the country for all sports disciplines.

YOUTH ADVISED TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF GOVERNMENT SKILLING PROGRAMS TO TRANSFORM THE COUNTRY

Uganda’s challenges which include youth unemployment, corruption and poverty among others have widely been blamed on the leaders. In a bid to provide solutions and lay a foundation for meaningful future leadership, a total of 200 youth leaders from all over the country have come together to forge a way forward in a 3-day National Students And Youth Leaders' Empowerment Summit held at Grand Global Hotel- Makerere. 

PRESIDENT MUSEVENI RECEIVES CREDENTIALS FROM 9 NEW ENVOYS TO UGANDA

President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has received credentials from nine (9) envoys, newly accredited to Uganda.

The envoys who included Ambassadors and High Commissioners from the Republic of Ethiopia, India, Belgium, Namibia, Malawi, Philippines, Mozambique, Brazil and Canada presented their credentials on Tuesday 22nd August 2023 at State House, Entebbe.

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