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Palestine to reopen embassy as Uganda, PLO to promote Arab-African issues

7th January 2012
President Yoweri Museveni and President Mahmoud Abbas of Palestine said there is need to invest more enough effort in rebuilding Africa Arab relations, adding that they would work towards redirecting these relations based on trust, development and cooperation. The two presidents were today meeting at State House in Entebbe. “This is a very good idea and we shall work on it. There is a lot of potential in this. Once we recognize and appreciate...

Zambia President Sata arrives on official visit, calls for development of the African continent

14th December 2011
Zambia President Michael Chilufya Sata said Africa must develop since it is the only continent left with vast natural resources and minerals, adding that the rate at which its minerals are exported should be checked. President Sata arrived in Uganda today for a two day official visit, his first international trip since he was elected President over three months ago. Sata who is accompanied by his wife Dr. Christine Kaseba were received at...
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President inspects CCTV project at Natete Police Station

President Yoweri Museveni has said that the security task in containing and fighting criminal acts in urban centres in the country has now been made simple using the installed CCTV cameras system.
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President Commissions Sukulu Phosphate Project

President Museveni commissioned Sukulu phosphate plant, phase 1 of the China-Uganda free zone of International Industrial Coperation, a comprehensive industrial project implemented by Guangzhou Dongsong energy Group Uganda Limited, in Sukulu village, Tororo district. The project is part of the of 620 million US dollars investment
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President attends Hannington day celebrations in Busoga

President Yoweri Museveni has said though Bishop James Hannington was killed in ignorance, his death has helped the people to get enlightened. He welcomed the idea of making the day a public holiday. “This was the only Bishop to be martyred at that time. The next one was Janan Luwum whose cases are both unique and need to be handled like that. We shall do what is necessary as it is worthwhile,” he noted to the joy of the congregation.
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President commends Parliamentary committee on good job

President Yoweri Museveni has commended the Parliamentary Committee on Public Accounts on Local Government for its well and elaborate researched findings on the Accounting Officers of District Local Governments and Municipal Councils countrywide on the irregularities of service delivery to the public. The President made the remarks at State House, Entebbe while receiving the report from the Chairperson of the Committee, Hon. Okumu Ronald Reagan...

President meets IPOD delegation

President Yoweri Museveni has urged leaders of the opposition political parties in the country, together with their supporters, to work with the National Resistance Movement (NRM) Government to eradicate electoral violence and the monetization of politics to give democracy and stability a chance to flourish in Uganda. “These are very serious matters. If you want democracy and stability, you should not tolerate this electoral violence and money...
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President Graces Teso Heritage Day Celebrations

President Museveni has congratulated the people of Teso Sub-Region in Eastern Uganda for uniting and creating linkages between the people of Africa from Kenya, Ethiopia, South Sudan, Tanzania and Congo through the cultural celebrations they hold.
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“Dialogue is the beginning of democracy” – Museveni

President Yoweri Museveni has said that democracy begins with dialogue and that anyone who calls himself or herself a democrat, should support dialogue or miss out on the opportunity to be clearly understood and influence opponents to his or her side. President Museveni made the remarks during the Inter Party Organization for Dialogue (IPOD) Summit 2018 held under the theme “Strengthening Multi-Party Governance in Uganda”, at  Munyonyo...
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“Stop stoking tribal tensions” – Museveni

President Yoweri Museveni has told leaders in Acholi and Madi sub-regions in Northern Uganda that they should desist from preaching sectarianism and dividing their people. Speaking to leaders of the Madi Sub-Region in Adjumani District, President Museveni said the NRM was a party of peace and its leaders should focus on solving people's problems rather than stoking sectarian tensions.

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