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“SPORTS MUST GO WITH DISCIPLINE”- PRESIDENT MUSEVENI TIPS ATHLETES

President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has advised athletes that they must be disciplined if they want to go far with their sports careers.

“Alcohol, prostitution, fighting and all that, don't go well with sports and they can ruin your life. Sports must go with discipline and the fear of the Lord, then your future will be bright,” President Museveni said.

“DON’T DELAY MY ELECTRONIC NUMBER PLATES” SAYS H.E GEN MUSEVENI AS HE PASSES OUT 2,717 POLICE AND IMMIGRATION OFFICERS AT KABALYE.

President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni continues to insist and express trust in the digital motor number plates project, saying it will be vital in fighting criminality in Uganda.

“I’m now insisting on the electronic number plates. Please, I want my number plates. Don’t delay my number plates. I don’t want these aimless number plates. I want intelligent number plates for the vehicles and for the cars,” the President said.

PRESIDENT MUSEVENI CHALLENGES LOCAL SCIENTISTS TO FAST-TRACK HIV/AIDS VACCINE DEVELOPMENT AS HE COMMISSIONS BONE MARROW TRANSPLANT CENTER

President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has challenged local scientists to fast- track the development of the HIV/AIDS vaccine.

 

“It's good that you are waking up, and we must get the vaccine,” he said.

The President made the remarks today as the Chief Guest during the Joint Clinical Research Center (JCRC) 30th Anniversary celebrations held at the center's headquarters in Lubowa, along Entebbe Road, Wakiso District.

H.E THE PRESIDENT'S STATEMENT ON FOILED BOMB ATTACK IN KIBIBI

Fellow Ugandans, especially the Bazzukulu.

Musibiire-gye- musiibye-mutya (good- afternoon).

Further to my morning message about the devastating attacks our Air-force carried out against ADF in Congo yesterday, today, through popular vigilance (Wanainchi Kuwa macho wazi), two bombs which the remnants from Congo were planning to plant in churches in Kibibi, Butambala, were reported to the Police and defused.

PRESIDENT MUSEVENI MEETS POLISH INVESTOR

President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has this afternoon received the Chairman of Prometheus, Mr. Mariusz Lwanski who called on him at State House, Entebbe.

Mr. Lwanski, an investor from Poland was accompanied by Ambassador Rosa Malango, the Chairperson of Tumaini African Knowledge Centre (TAKC). 

Other members of the delegation included Mr. Alex Szkaradek, the Director of Prometheus. 

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