Tomorrow's national prayers come at a time when the number of COVID-19 cases in Uganda has surpassed 100. The country remains under lockdown with schools and businesses closed. No public or Private transport is allowed on the roads, save for essential service providers who were approved by the government.
Addressing farmers and other business people in Kabarole on Friday, Museveni said he is not concerned with Kenya’s action while there is still a wide milk market across the globe that can take in Uganda’s milk.
Addressing the trekkers and other government officials at Birembo War Memorial grounds on Friday evening in Kakumiro, Museveni asked Ugandans to live in harmony and avoid religious sectarianism, tribalism and gender discrimination, saying all these cannot help transforming the country but rather fan hatred and deter development.
Speaking at Businge’s last campaign rally at Hoima Boma grounds on Tuesday evening, Museveni said the NRM government has done a lot of developments in Bunyoro region. He cited the discovery of oil, construction of the oil roads and international airport among some of the achievements of his government, adding that he gets surprised to see people contesting on opposition tickets.
Muntu noted that Museveni's government is characterized by high levels of corruption, dictatorship, brutal arrests, murders, kidnaps, poor judicial system and unemployment. He said several Ugandans are frustrated with Museveni’s government, which has continued giving them lip services.
The president made the remarks on Monday evening at two separate campaign rallies at Kabaale public primary school in Buseruka sub county and Kigorobya Muslim primary school in Kigorobya sub county Hoima district as he drummed up last minute support for Harriet Mugenyi Businge alias baby face, NRM flag bearer in the Hoima woman MP by- election.
According to Mao, the failure by the government to explain the murders is a clear indication that the country is led by Mafias. He argues that the killers are known to government and their intention is to intimidate Ugandans.
Persis Namuganza, the Lands, Housing and Urban Development State Minister, said improving the outlook of the towns, municipalities and cities across the country is one of the signals that Uganda is driving towards the middle income status.