President Museveni and host Afewerki urge Sudan and S. Sudan to work for peace

31st May 2012
President Yoweri Museveni and President Issaias Afwerki of the State of Eritrea have urged the governments of Sudan and that of Southern Sudan to overcome their differences through good faith dialogue and lay the basis for solid and mutually beneficial relations for the good of both countries and the region as a whole. This is contained in a communiqué issued at the conclusion of the 2-day State Visit by President Museveni to Eritrea at the...

“Africa must end marginalization” – President Museveni

30th May 2012
President Yoweri Museveni has stressed that the historical mission of the current generation of Africans and the next one, is to resist marginalization, manipulation and dominion to ensure the future of the continent.
President Isaias Afewerki (left) welcoming President Museveni

President begins 2-day State Visit to Eritrea

29th May 2012
President Yoweri Museveni has arrived in Asmara for a 2-day State Visit at the invitation of President Isaias Afewerki of the State of Eritrea. President Museveni, who is accompanied by his wife, Mrs. Janet Museveni, was received at Asmara International Airport, by his host President Afewerki. Others at the airport to receive him included State Minister for Regional Affairs, Mr. Asuman Kiyingi and senior Eritrean government officials.

President leaves for State Visit to Eritrea

29th May 2012
President Yoweri Museveni has left for Asmara on a 2-day State Visit to the State of Eritrea at the invitation of President Issaias Afewerki. The President was seen off this morning at Entebbe International Airport by the Vice-President, Mr. Edward Kiwanuka Ssekandi.

President advises on wealth creation

29th May 2012
President Yoweri Museveni has appealed to leaders at all levels in the country to be in the vanguard and join hands with the government with regard to the wealth creation saying that by addressing the issue of household income, wananchi will have laid a strong foundation towards solving other attendant development matters such as education, electricity and unemployment, among others. 

President urges GCC investors to do business in Uganda

28th May 2012
President Yoweri Museveni has opened the 1st Uganda-Gulf Co-operation Council Conference on Investment with a call the member countries to come and invest in Uganda which he said would go a long way in boosting the country further to be among the best investment destinations in the world. The 3-day conference that began this morning is taking place at the Kampala Sheraton Hotel. It has been organized by the Gulf Co-operation Council in...

President urges medical personnel to sensitize the masses

27th May 2012
  President Yoweri Museveni has called on the medical personnel to concertedly use the many FM radio stations in the country to sensitize wananchi on health issues in general and in particular the so-called “nodding” (River Blindness) disease that has infected over one thousand people in the Acholi Sub-Region in Northern Uganda.

President meets prospective investor in geothermal exploration

25th May 2012
President Yoweri Museveni has said government welcomes Public Private Partnerships in the energy sector, adding that the number one priority for Uganda is affordable electricity to drive development through industrialization. The President was yesterday meeting George Percy, the Managing Director of Gulf Geothermal Ltd, a United Kingdom based company who called on him at his upcountry home in Kisozi, Gomba district. The President welcomed the...
President Museveni meets the British National Security Advisor Oliver Roddin

President calls for support to Somalia recovery plan, as Britain hails UPDF bravery, professionalism

24th May 2012
President Yoweri Museveni has said the Somali people are in desperate need for support to establish a minimum recovery plan that includes maintaining peace, relief efforts, recovery of infrastructure such as health, education and reestablish production.

President Museveni and EU envoy discuss infrastructure financing

24th May 2012
President Yoweri Museveni has said Uganda will spend over one billion United States dollars on the construction of Karuma power station, adding that part of this money would have been spread to boost development in health and education if the power plans had not been jeopardized. The President was yesterday meeting the EU ambassador to Uganda H.E Roberto Ridolfi over infrastructure financing. The meeting took place at the President’s country...

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