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"The crisis in Africa is we buy and do not produce" - Museveni

7th March 2019
President Yoweri Museveni has attributed the crisis in Africa to the situation where the continent is buying from other countries and not producing. “The crisis in Africa is that we buy and do not produce. The challenge we have is for us to wake up and use our talents. Excess imports devalue our national currency,” he said.
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Stop harvesting immature coffee beans - Museveni

23rd February 2019
President Yoweri Museveni has called on farmers in the country to stop harvesting immature coffee beans saying that processors of the crop should reject premature coffee beans and strive to ensure total eradication of the vice. “Stop harvesting immature coffee beans. It compromises the quality of the finished product. This vice affects Uganda’s competitiveness in the world market. All processors should reject such premature coffee beans and...
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Embrace science and technology to empower our people - Museveni

18th February 2019
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...
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INTEGRATE OR PERISH, MUSEVENI TELLS AFRICA

11th February 2019
Unless Africa integrates economically and politically, it stands the risk of being overrun by external forces like it happened at colonialism, President Museveni has warned.    Speaking at the 32nd Ordinary Summit of African Union Heads of State in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, President Museveni said Africa's future could only be guaranteed if the continent took advantage of its numbers and united.   

"Let us not repeat mistakes of past leaders" - Museveni

11th February 2019
Whereas African leaders of old made mistakes that led to the colonization of the continent and enabled slave trade to thrive, contemporary leaders must ensure these failings do not reoccur, President Museveni has said. The President was addressing a breakfast meeting as the African Union marked the 400th anniversary of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade.

UPDF success is rooted in its right ideology - Museveni

6th February 2019
President Yoweri Museveni and Commander-in-Chief of the Uganda Armed Forces has said that the National Resistance Army (NRA) which later became Uganda People’ Defence Forces (UPDF), has managed to grow from strength to strength in the last 38 years because it was founded on the right ideology that emphasized discipline, patriotism, Pan-Africanism and the socio-economic transformation agenda. He said that the UPDF started by liberating, pacifying...

President meets Afro-Arab Youth Council delegation

5th February 2019
President Yoweri Museveni has told a visiting Afro-Arab Youth Council delegation that the problems in Libya can be solved through the building of a National Army. He, however, assured them that a lasting solution to the Libyan conflict would be found. “The African Union is more important than the tribal conflicts prevailing in Libya today. The problems in Libya can be solved through the building of a National Army where they incorporate both the...
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President Museveni, Kabaka Mutebi meet at Banda Palace

5th February 2019
 President Yowei Museveni has today paid a courtesy call on the Kabaka at his palace in Banda, on the outskirts of Kampala City, following an invitation by the latter. President Museveni, who arrived at the palace at 11.00 a.m., was received by the Kabaka and other Buganda Kingdom officials who included Prince Daudi Kintu Wasajja.
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President meets Commonwealth Development Corporation delegation

30th January 2019
President Yoweri Museveni has said that the Government of Uganda is keen in developing the infrastructure in the country, especially electricity supply. “We are interested in infrastructure development especially the expansion of electricity distribution. The Government has the policy of private sector led growth. We must have a low cost of doing business. Since we have got no railway service, it has led to high transport cost. We look forward...

President urges Ugandans to cherish unity; launches UPE book

27th January 2019
President Yoweri Museveni has strongly urged the people of Tororo District in particular and Uganda in general to cherish unity by embracing the first principle of NRM, which is patriotism. “It is not good to celebrate NRM Day without understanding NRM principles. NRM members of Tororo District you need to pull up your socks on Principle One of NRM, Patriotism,” he stressed. The President made the remarks while officiating at the 33rd...

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