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President Museveni visits Kawumu Homesteads

Tuesday, 21st March 2017

President Yoweri Museveni, who is currently in Luweero district, has today visited homesteads in Kawumu village Makulubita Sub-County, Luweero district to check on the progress of homesteads of beneficiaries of the Operation Wealth Creation (OWC) programme in the village. Read more about President Museveni visits Kawumu Homesteads

President roots for Dialogue among River Nile Basin Countries

Thursday, 2nd March 2017
President Yoweri Museveni has called for dialogue among the countries that straddle the River Nile Basin in order to have a common consensus on how best the countries can equitably utilize the Nile river water resource for the good of the entire Nile basin population. He, therefore, proposed a Summit of Heads of State of the Nile Basin countries that should aim at discussing fully and resolving all matters relating to the River Nile and pave way for full ratification of the Nile Basin treaties by all countries. Read more about President roots for Dialogue among River Nile Basin Countries

President Museveni Urges US President to Strengthen Ties with Africa

Thursday, 23rd February 2017
President Yoweri Museveni has urged the new American President, Mr. Donald Trump to strengthen ties with Africa in general and Uganda in particular owing to the growing purchasing power of the African continent saying this will present a good opportunity for trade between the United States of America and Africa.
The President was speaking during a meeting that he held with a visiting delegation of American Senators who called on him this afternoon at State House, Entebbe. Read more about President Museveni Urges US President to Strengthen Ties with Africa

“Ideological Opportunism has caused Wars, Conflicts in Africa” – President tells US Generals

Saturday, 18th February 2017
President Yoweri Museveni has said that ideological opportunism has caused wars and conflicts in Africa.
He made the remarks today at State House, Entebbe where he received and met a delegation of military Generals and Brigadiers from the National Defence University in the United States of America, led by the Assistant Commandant Marine Corps, General John Paxton. The American Ambassador to Uganda, Deborah Malac, accompanied the high-ranking US military delegation to Entebbe. Read more about “Ideological Opportunism has caused Wars, Conflicts in Africa” – President tells US Generals

President Defends Kyabazinga Appointment as Ambassador

Sunday, 12th February 2017
President Yoweri Museveni has defended the appointment of the Kyabazinga of Busoga, Wilberforce Nadiope the IV, as an Ambassador in the Office of the President stressing that the appointment is not unlawful, as it contravenes no law in the national constitution. Read more about President Defends Kyabazinga Appointment as Ambassador

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President Museveni to AfDB: Price of Electricity too High

President Holds Bilateral Talks with Qatari Premier

Saturday, 28th January2017
President Yoweri Museveni has received and held bilateral talks with the visiting Prime Minister of Qatar, Ahmed Bin Abdullah Al Mahmoud, who is also Minister for Cabinet Affairs.
During the meeting that took place today at State House, Entebbe, President Museveni and his guest who led an eight-man delegation, discussed political and economic issues with a view to strengthening development in both countries. Read more about President Holds Bilateral Talks with Qatari Premier

“Support, Fast track East African Integration Process” – Museveni Urges EALA Members

Tuesday, 17th January 2017
President Yoweri Museveni has urged the East African Legislative Assembly and other organs working on the region’s integration process to work, support and fast track the East African political integration because it is important for the region’s strategic security and a guarantor of the future safety and security of the area. Read more about “Support, Fast track East African Integration Process” – Museveni Urges EALA Members

President, French envoy Discuss Challenges in Africa

Monday, 09th January 2017
President Yoweri Museveni has said that the main cause of insecurity in Africa is the problem of interests versus identity.

The President made these observations today during a meeting at State House Entebbe where he received the French Ambassador to Uganda, Ms. Stephanie Rivoal.

The French envoy had paid a courtesy call on the President to brief him on the upcoming France-Africa Summit that is slated to take place in West Africa later this month. Read more about President, French envoy Discuss Challenges in Africa

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