Presidential Statements

H.E. Yoweri Kaguta Museveni’s speech at The Uganda Investment Forum 2014, London - UK 6th May 2014

6th May 2014
The Minister for Africa in the UK, Hon Mark Simmons, The Chairman of the Commonwealth Business Council, Lord Marland of Odstock, Honourable Ministers and Representatives of the Diplomatic Community in London, Esteemed Members of the Business Community in London and Uganda, Ladies and Gentlemen. Thank you for inviting me to address such a distinguished audience. I have confidence that by the end of this forum, there will be decisions to locate...

Please do not indulge in what is not worthy before God-President Museveni’s Easter message on April 21, 2014

21st April 2014
Maama Janet and I joined other Christians for Easter prayers at St. Mathew Cathedral Kyamate in Ntungamo district. We prayed for our country's blessings, unity and prosperity for all Ugandan families. I listened to Bishop Nathan Ahimbisibwe's summon that emphasized unity and harmony no matter what religion one is affiliated to or gender.

President Museveni’s remarks at the passing of Police Field Force Unit at the Police Training School in Kabalye, Masindi district April 16, 2014.

17th April 2014
I have this afternoon presided over the pass out of the first regiment of the Police Field Force Unit at the Police Training School in Kabalye, Masindi district. The unit is 692 officer-strong including 51 women. The human body is capable of high performance and training brings out this potential, moreover an effective police force will enhance our overall defence capabilities. 

President Museveni's remarks before handing over Ebyaffe to Buganda Kingdom's delegation on April 15, 2014, at State House Entebbe.

16th April 2014
When you sing the Buganda Anthem and the National Anthem, remember to sing the East African anthem. 'Tulina okusakira abantu baffe.’ We shouldn't be only Baganda or Ugandans but Africans. That is where our future lies. These properties were contentious because in the 1995 constitution and 1993 traditional leaders act, we restored cultural institutions which were cultural, not administrative, not political.

Speech on the occassion to mark International Women's Day 2014

8th March 2014
Leaders of the Government and the Party, Distinguished guests, Ladies and Gentlemen, I salute you all on this International Women’s Day. I thank you for turning up in large numbers to the celebrations to commemorate the International Women’s Day.

President Museveni's statement upon signing the anti-homosexuality bill, 24th February 2014, State House Entebbe

24th February 2014
It seems the topic of homosexuals was provoked by the arrogant and careless Western groups that are fond of coming into our schools and recruiting young children into homosexuality and lesbianism, just as they carelessly handle other issues concerning Africa. Initially, I did not pay much attention to it because I was busy with the immediate issues of defence, security, electricity, the roads, the railways, factories, modernization of...

President Y K Museveni's Response to H.E. Barack Obama's statement on Homosexuality.

22nd February 2014
I have seen the statement H.E President Obama of the USA made in reaction to my statement that I was going to sign the anti-homosexual Bill, which I made at Kyankwanzi. Before I react to H.E. Obama’s statement, let me, again, put on record my views on the issue of homo-sexuals (ebitiingwa, bisiyaga in some of our dialects). Right from the beginning of this debate, my views were as follows:

Presentation by H.E. Yoweri Kaguta Museveni President of the Republic of Uganda On “Geo-Politics of the Region and Uganda’s interest” to the NRM Caucus at NALI, Kyankwanzi

11th February 2014
Uganda is a landlocked country but it is a country, which is at the centre of the Great Lakes and of the culture of that huge area.  

Speech by H.E. Yoweri Kaguta Museveni President of the Republic of Uganda At the The 28th NRA/NRM Victory Day Anniversary

26th January 2014
As we celebrate the 28th Anniversary of the NRM Victory in 1986, we have, indeed, a lot to celebrate.  First and foremost, we should celebrate the victory itself.  That victory has since, been able to bring peace to the whole of Uganda.  This was achieved because of the correct line of NRM of organizing the people on a patriotic, non-sectarian basis.  That is how we were able to build a strong army that won that victory and...

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