I greet all of you the delegates of the National Conference. I extend condolences to all of us for those of our members who, since the last conference, are no longer with us on this earth. One of those who left us is the Rt. Hon. Eriya Kategaya, one of the Executive Committee Members of Fronasa in 1971. Let us stand up for a minute of silence to remember all those of our comrades that left us. May their souls rest in...
My first point is a question. Why should birds be more informed than the human beings? I ask this question because in winter most of the birds come from the northern hemisphere to the equator and they stay here for some time. And when it is warm again in the north, they go back.
H.E President Kagame,
H.E the First Lady,
Y.E’s the Heads of State and Government,
Leaders of delegations,
Ladies and Gentlemen,
I greet you and convey to Your Excellencies and the People of Rwanda the greetings of the People of Uganda.
Rwanda, along with Burundi, Uganda, parts of North Western Tanzania, Eastern Congo, Western Kenya, is part of the Great Lakes area that has, since several millennia, been occupied by the interlacustrine...
President of the General Assembly,
Secretary - General,
Your Excellencies Heads of State and Government,
Ladies and Gentlemen;
In the year 2000, we met here and agreed on the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) for 2015. These are:
1. Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger;
2. Achieve universal primary education;
3. Promote gender equality and empower women;
4. Reduce child mortality;
5. Improve maternal health;
6. Combat HIV/AIDS, malaria...
The Co-hosts of this Forum – HRH Best Kemigisa and HRH Nnabagereka,
Your Royal Highnesses, the Queens of Africa,
Their Royal Highness from Uganda,
Members of the Diplomatic Corps,
Distinguished Invited guests,
Ladies and Gentlemen.
I greet you. You are most welcome to Uganda.