Press Releases

President arrives in Kisumu

Saturday 18th February 2012

Hundreds of Kisumu town residents braved a scorching sun today to welcome President YoweriMuseveni when he arrived on a 2-day visit.

The President, in a long motorcade, was accompanied by his host Kenyan Prime Minister RailaOdinga, passed through Kisumu International Airport on his way to the Great Lakes’ Region University where he was slated to launch the Great Lakes’ Region University Education Fund.

Driven in an open-roof car...

“Fighting corruption is legitimate” – President Museveni

Saturday 18th February 2012

President YoweriMuseveni said that the fight against corruption is legitimate and reiterated that the NRM Government will fight and defeat corruption. He noted that anyone involved in the war against corruption is waging a noble war.

President receives Serb veterinary investors

Tuesday 14th February 2012

President YoweriMuseveni received entrepreneurs from Serbia with whom he discussed economic development opportunities in Uganda.

The Serbian delegation was led by the General Director of Victoria Group of VeterinarskiZavod Subotica, Ms. NatasaPaviceviaBajic.

President receives South Africa investors

Tuesday 14th February 2012

President YoweriMuseveni received and held talks with a high-level business investment South African group that were led by Ambassador Lindiwe Zulu who is International Relations Advisor to South Africa President Jacob Zuma.

During the meeting that took place at State House, Nakasero, the President and the South African entrepreneurs discussed issues related to investment opportunities in Uganda, particularly infrastructure development...

President calls for funds for Uganda’s anti-malaria research

Tuesday 31st January 2012

President YoweriMuseveni appealed to the international community to assist Uganda in financing the country’s anti malaria research programmes.

President Museveni was attending a meeting of African leaders’ Malaria Alliance on the side lines of the 18th African Union Ordinary Summit in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa. The African Leaders’ Malaria Alliance was mandated by the African Union to take decisions on financing,...

President meets South Sudan’s SalvaKiir

Monday 30th January 2012

President YoweriMuseveni, who was in Addis Ababa attending the 18th Ordinary African Union (AU) Summit, has held talks with his South Sudan counterpart, President SalvaKiir.

The meeting took place today on the sidelines of the AU Summit. The 2 leaders discussed issues pertaining to developments in the Sudan, the region and bilateral matters.

President Museveni’s delegation in Addis Ababa includes State Ministers for...

President Museveni commends the late Sebunya for his hard work.

Saturday 28th January 2012

President YoweriMuseveni commended the late George William Sebunya for being a hard worker and for his contribution to the protracted armed people’s liberation struggle.

President MwaKibaki in Uganda to receive MUK Honorary doctorate

Monday 23rd January 2012

President MwaiKibaki of Kenya arrived in Uganda for a 3-day visit during which he would be bestowed an Honorary Doctor of Laws Degree of Makerere University in recognition of his contribution to public service at national, regional and international levels in areas of academic excellence, political and social economic reforms.

President receives Kenya’s Mwai Kibaki

Monday 23rd January 2012

President Yoweri Museveni received at State House, Nakasero, the visiting Kenyan President Mr. Mwai Kibaki.

President Kibaki was in Uganda to receive an honorary Doctorate of Laws of Makerere University.

President Museveni welcomed the Kenyan leader to Uganda and discussed with his guest issues related to education, investment as well as development issues in general. The two leaders also discussed bilateral matters concerning...

President to meet Kampala City Traders on Saturday 14th January 2012

Saturday 14th January 2012

President YoweriMuseveni will meet Kampala City traders on Saturday this week.

The President’s decision was in response to the request by KACITA leaders who feared the wrath of their members if they went back empty-handed. Mr. Godfrey Kirumira and Mr.Kayondo as well as Mr. IssaSekitto told the President that if they went back as losers against the banks, they would face the wrath of their members. They requested the President to...

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