President Yoweri Museveni has said that for the African continent to achieve and realise the much desired transformation agenda, the continent must focus on qualitative transformation of her population and production means as opposed to quantitative transformation. He observed that failure to focus on quality as opposed to quantity will make Africa’s efforts at transformation, go in vain.
The Anti- Corruption Unit- State house was officially launched on 10th December 2018 by His Excellency the President of Uganda to effectively work and assist the already existing anti corruption agencies namely the IGG, Office of the Auditor General, Anti corruption Court, PPDA, Uganda Police among others.
Following its launch, several cases have been reported to the unit through the available channels leading to a number of operations as seen over the past few months.
President Yoweri Museveni has told the Central Executive Committee of the National Resistance Movement that for the party to propel the country forward and economically transform the society, the leaders must appreciate the importance of science and technology to drive socio-economic transformation. This coupled with understanding the correctness of the movement ideology that emphasizes Patriotism, pan-Africanism, socio-economic transformation and democracy” and the existing strategic bottlenecks that have hindered the development of Uganda.
The Head of the Anti-Corruption Unit at State House Lieutenant Colonel Edith Nakalema has strongly appealed to all students in Uganda in general and West Nile sub-region in particular to be vigilant ambassadors in the fight against corruption.
“We don’t choose a season to fight” President Museveni
President Yoweri Museveni who is also the Commander In Chief of Uganda’s armed forces has cautioned army commanders that they must fight in all conditions because in war you don’t choose a season.
•Backs Mak administration over discipline
•Talks to Kabila, Tshisekedi over insecurity, trade
President Yoweri Museveni has said he is firmly behind the Makerere University administrations’ efforts to restore discipline to one of Uganda’s Highest and greatest institution of learning.