Presidential Statements

President Museveni's Speech at the 3rd meeting of the 3rd Session of the East African Legislative Assembly , 21st January 2014, Parliamentary Building, Uganda

21st January 2014
His Excellency the Vice President Right Honourable Speaker, EALA, Honourable Ministers of East Africa, Honourable Members of EALA, Ladies and Gentlemen. I greet you and welcome you to Uganda. I have talked to you before on the subject of East African integration. On the 24th of April, 2013, in Kigali, I addressed you on this issue. In Addis Ababa on the 25th of May, 2013, I addressed the AU, on our 50th Anniversary, on the same issue. I...

President Y K Museveni's speech at the opening of the 5th Summit of Heads of State and Gov'ts of the Great Lakes Region

15th January 2014
His Excellency Eduardo Dos Santos, President of the Republic of Angola,   Your Excellencies, the Heads of State and Government, Ladies and Gentlemen.   I greet Your Excellencies. 

H.E President Yoweri Museveni's statement at the Common Wealth Local Government Conference

15th May 2013
H.E President Yoweri Museveni's statement at the Common Wealth Local Government Conference,

Speech by HE Y K Museveni at the 5th meeting of the 1st session of the 3rd Assembly of the East African Legislative Assembly

25th April 2013
Right Honourable Speaker, EALA, Honourable Ministers of East Africa, Honourable EALA Members, Ladies and Gentlemen.

President Museveni sends congratulatory message to President elect Uhuru Kenyatta

9th March 2013
I am writing to congratulate you on the historic victory you achieved by winning the tightly contested Presidential election in Kenya. Ugandans and the NRM congratulate you. We look forward to consolidating the brotherly relations between our two countries within the wider East African and the Great Lakes region. We also congratulate the people of Kenya on holding such peaceful elections. Their conduct has redeemed the honour of Kenya and Africa...

Mzee Kategaya's obituary By H.E the President

6th March 2013
I first met the late Eriya Kategaya in May, 1952. I had just started school, which had only one class – divided into sections of 1B and 1A. Section 1B was for the pre-primary pupils while 1A was section for P1. There were just two female teachers ― Madame Bagambireeryo and Kenshuubi. There were three other boys in the Girls’ school ― the late Sam Magara, his brother Nasani Tandekwiire and another boy whose name I cannot remember. Our Head Girl...

NEW YEAR MESSAGE 2013 by H.E. Yoweri Kaguta Museveni

31st December 2012
Fellow countrymen and countrywomen, I greet all of you and congratulate you on finishing 2012 and wish you a prosperous 2013. I extend condolences to the families who lost their dear ones in the year that is just ended.

Statement By H.E. Yoweri Kaguta Museveni President of the Republic of Uganda On the Occasion of his assumption of Chairmanship At the 14th Summit of EAC

30th November 2012
Your Excellency Mwai Kibaki, President of the Republic of Kenya & Out-going Chairperson of the EAC; Your Excellencies Heads of State; The Heads of Delegations; The Secretary- General of EAC; Members of the Diplomatic Corps; Distinguished Guests; Ladies and Gentlemen.

A 50-year journey since independence (1962-2012): a good foundation for socio-economic transformation

4th October 2012
I congratulate all of you on the attainment of the 50 years of independence.  I wish all of you a happy future.Before I talk about the last 50 years, let me first talk about Uganda.  There is a wrong but pervasive idea that Uganda was created by the British in 1894.  Even some official documents propagate this lie.  I have tried several times, in the past, to dispel this lie.  Let me try again.

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