The President of Uganda, Yoweri K. Museveni, yesterday, June 4, 2020 delivered his State of the Nation Address to the Parliament of Uganda as is his constitutional obligation, beginning the fiscal year, to paint a general picture on the state of affairs in the country.
It was also the first of its kind as it was, this time, a two-venue event with the President speech being delivered from State House to the Members of Parliament via satellite in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic which requires social distancing — and, of course, being broadcast live on various media platforms to the entire nation.
Having inherited an economy that was on the brink of total collapse, Barack Obama’s job as newly elected President of the United States was evidently a tough one.
But he plodded eight years nevertheless; came face to face with racism, joblessness, class stratification, political dreadlock in Washington, home-bred terrorism and gun violence. He grappled with it all, and last night, Tuesday, January 10, 2017 delivered his farewell address to the nation in Chicago and he was a proud man.
KCCA marks its fifth year at the helm of City management this coming April 2016. We look back to the past years with gratefulness and are humbled to see the big strides made in the transformation of this City. Continue reading PRESS STATEMENT KCCA @ 5→