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President receives outgoing US Ambassador Deborah Malac

President Yoweri Museveni has received the outgoing American Ambassador to Uganda, Deborah Malac, who called on him today at State House, Entebbe to take leave of him after her 4-year tour of duties in Uganda.
Ambassador Malac said that she enjoyed her stay in Uganda and called for further strengthening of the bonds of bilateral cooperation between Uganda and the United States of America.

President vows on corruption as new Ministers Swear-In

STATE HOUSE, ENTEBBE: President Yoweri Museveni has warned all public servants against engaging in any form of corruption. He reminded them that engaging in any form of corruption by any government officials is a great betrayal to Ugandans who are desperately yearning for service delivery.

The President was speaking at the swearing-in ceremony of the newly appointed Ministers that were announced in a minor Cabinet change that he made on 14th December 2019. The ceremony took place today at State House, Entebbe.

“Teach Courses that address Societal needs & Develop Country” - Museveni

President Yoweri Museveni has called on universities in the country to teach courses that will help address the needs of society and development of the country.

The President was today officiated the 15th graduation ceremony of Gulu University in Northern Uganda where over 1,500 students graduated with Degrees, Diplomas and Certificates. 226 of the students had been on government sponsorship.

Work Diligently for Uganda’s Development – New PPS Omona

KAMPALA: The new Principal Private Secretary to the President Dr. Kenneth Omona Olusegun has called on staff of State House to work diligently and maintain at all times the positive image of the country by fulfilling all their tasks.

“I have come to work with you individually, departmentally and institutionally. Let us build our strength towards working for the development of Uganda,” he said.

President commends Ntungamo Christians for Unity

President Yoweri Museveni has hailed the people of Ntungamo District in South Western Uganda for being united despite having different religious affiliations and also for now waking up the fight against household poverty through practicing commercial farming.

“I congratulate the people of Ntungamo for being together despite various differences and for starting to come up in the fight against poverty,” he said.

President Commends Ntungamo Christians for Unity

President Yoweri Museveni has hailed the people of Ntungamo District in South Western Uganda for being united despite having different religious affiliations and also for now waking up the fight against household poverty through practicing commercial farming.

“I congratulate the people of Ntungamo for being together despite various differences and for starting to come up in the fight against poverty,” he said.

President tours restored wetland Project in Pallisa District

President Yoweri Museveni has toured the first ever restored wetland project in Limoto Parish of Putiputi Sub-County, Pallisa District in Eastern Uganda that was once destroyed by the people living around the area by growing rice there. 

“People who were cultivating the wetland used to get only Shs.700,000/= per year from one acre but now with the fish ponds in the same acre, farmers are getting Shs.70 million per year,” he told a rally at Kalaki Primary School playground.

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