Uganda is beginning to go over the hill after we started from a low base in 1986. We have been trying to get up the hill but with a firm foundation now, the movement uphill is faster and easier.
President Museveni said that Ugandans are also working harder. For example they have had a bumper harvest and prices of foodstuffs are coming down, which will help reduce inflation too. Take maize, production has gone up to five million bags from two million bags.
The major problem now is corruption and the president is committed to ending it. I can guarantee you we shall defeat corruption. I recently made some announcements but will dwell more on this subject in my New Year message,’’he said.
I thank Dr Barry Lenhardt, the preacher, for his good message, especially praying for our country’s prosperous future. I also commend the organisers for giving this function a national character by inviting Ugandans from all parts of the country,”he said.
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