PRESIDENT MUSEVENI REASSERTS HIS COMMITMENT TO WEALTH CREATION
November 4, 2016
“I have presided over Kabale University’s graduation ceremony and also installed Prof. Mondo Kagonyera as Chancellor. Continue reading President Museveni Demonstrates His Commitment To Wealth Creation
OCTOBER 21: Six newly-appointed envoys to Uganda this afternoon presented their credentials to me at State House Entebbe. Continue reading President’s Diary !
KYANKWANZI GRADUATES TO BECOME NRM AMBASSADORS
“Yesterday, I officiated at the pass-out of 289 youth leaders who have completed a two-month leadership course at the National Leadership Institute, Kyankwanzi. Continue reading President Museveni Passes Out 289 Youth Leaders At Kyankwanzi
PRESIDENT MUSEVENI PROMISES TO BUILD MORE ROADS WITH MORE OF UGANDAN FUNDS THAN DONOR SUPPORT
October 12: “I officially opened the 2nd Partnership for Aflatoxin Control in Africa Platform Meeting in Entebbe today. Aflatoxin is a fungus that occurs in pre-harvest and post-harvest of the food systems. I challenged health officials to do more sensitization of the public.” Continue reading President Museveni’s Week In Review
PRESIDENT MUSEVENI HAILS SUDAN ON HISTORIC PACT
President Museveni has congratulated the people of Sudan upon conclusion of a historic national dialogue that places the country on a new political path.
The President made the remarks at the National Friendship Hall in Khartoum, where he was among the four heads of state invited to witness the conclusion of the dialogue and signing of a historic pact Continue reading President Museveni Hails Sudan On Historic Pact
PRESIDENT MUSEVENI OFFICIATES CADET PASS-OUT AT KABAMBA MILITARY COLLEGE
“I have officiated at the pass-out of 299 cadet officers at Kabamba Military College.
I congratulate the new officers upon finishing their course which introduces them to junior leadership in the army. Continue reading 299 Cadet Officers Passed Out At Kabamba Military College
MUSEVENI OPENS TRADE FAIR AT LUGOGO
“I have officially opened the 24th Uganda International Trade Fair at the UMA Showground, Lugogo Continue reading Museveni Opens 24th Uganda Trade Fair
PRESIDENT MUSEVENI MAKES A COURTESY CALL TO EARTHQUAKE VICTIMS
“After receiving various reports, today I went to see and commiserate with our people of Rakai who were affected most by the September earthquake Continue reading President Museveni Visits Rakai
PRESIDENT MUSEVENI APPLAUDS THE PROGRESSES MADE BY THE UGANDA POLICE
“I attended the close of the Uganda Police Week at Kololo Grounds today.
I am happy with the execution of this initiative, the first of its kind in the history of our country. Continue reading Uganda Police Day Commemoration
Your Excellencies Heads of State and Government;
President of the General Assembly;
Ladies and Gentlemen.
I would like to congratulate you, Mr. President, on your election to lead the General Assembly during the 71st Session.
The theme of the General Assembly is: “The Sustainable Development Goals: a universal push to transform our world”. This is a good topic. It adds another nail in the coffin of the old parasitic arrangement where only a small portion of humanity ─ those living in the USA, Canada, Western Europe, Australia and New-Zealand, lived in affluence while the rest of the world lived in abject poverty. Continue reading PRESIDENT MUSEVENI’S STATEMENT AT THE UN GENERAL ASSEMBLY DEBATE ON “The Sustainable Development Goals: A universal push to transform our world” New York 20 September, 2016
PRESIDENT MUSEVENI TO SPEAK AT A KEY MEETING ON REFUGEES HOSTED BY US PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA
PRESIDENT YOWERI K. MUSEVENI: “Together with the First Lady, Janet, we have arrived in New York, USA where I will attend the 71st United Nations General Assembly. Continue reading President Museveni Arrives In New York For The 71st United Nations General Assembly
PRESIDENT FRANCOIS HOLLANDE TO VISIT UGANDA
PRESIDENT YOWERI K. MUSEVENI: “This afternoon, I met with President Francois Hollande for bilateral talks at the Elysee Palace in Paris. Continue reading President Museveni Meets Counterpart Francois Hollande In Paris
PRESIDENT MUSEVENI SPEAKS TO INVESTORS IN FRANCE
PRESIDENT YOWERI K. MUSEVENI: “This morning, I interacted with a group of over 50 French investors at Le Bristol Hotel in Paris. They are organised under the Movement of Enterprises of France (MEDEF), a grouping of over 750,000 firms.” Continue reading President Museveni Woos French Investors To Uganda
PRESIDENT MUSEVENI ARRIVES IN FRANCE FOR A TWO-DAY WORKING VISIT
PRESIDENT YOWERI K. MUSEVENI: “I have arrived in Paris, France for a two-day working visit, which will focus on trade and investment relations between our two countries.” Continue reading President Museveni Arrives In France For A Two-Day Working Visit
PRESIDENT MUSEVENI ADDRESSES NRM YOUTH CADRES AT KYANKWANZI: “I spoke to a group of 290 young NRM cadres undergoing training at the National National Leadership Institute in Kyankwanzi.
They were identified during the just ended campaigns as enthusiastic and capable young people who could benefit from some fine tuning.” Continue reading President Museveni Addresses NRM Youth Cadres At Kyankwanzi
PRESIDENT YOWERI K. MUSEVENI: “After the IGAD Heads of State Summit yesterday [September 13, 2016], I visited Ugandan troops serving under AMISOM at the Halane Base Camp headquarters near Mogadishu International Airport.
It is the second time I am visiting our troops in Somalia.The first time was in November 2010 when our troops were involved in a fierce battle for the liberation of Mogadishu from Al-Shabaab bandits. Continue reading President Museveni Visits Ugandan Troops In Somalia
PRESIDENT YOWERI K. MUSEVENI: “This afternoon, I commissioned Muni University in Arua District, that joins the growing stable of public universities in Uganda.
I also installed its first chancellor, Dr Eric Adriko.
Government has so far spent Sh13 billion on construction of the university that sits on 130 acres of land. We shall also support the university’s expansion. Continue reading President Museveni Commissions New Public University In Arua
“I took part in a panel discussion at the Global Africa Business Summit in Kigali, Rwanda today. The summit was organised by COMESA and the Rwandan government.
Africa’s economic situation is very good. It has experienced high rates of growth despite bottlenecks like slow infrastructure development (hardware) and poor methods of work (software).
To investors I would say: Africa is the right place to come. Africa is the next pusher for the global economy. We have a bit of bottlenecks, which we are handling.
There are investment opportunities in the energy and minerals sector, value addition for agriculture products and human resource development. Continue reading Museveni Calls Upon Investors To Invest More In Africa
A farmer in China who resisted the seizure of his land has been killed, the Christian human rights organisation China Aid has reported. Continue reading Farmer In China killed after protesting land seizure
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