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Agriculture Is Not Only Feeding Us, But Earning $2 billion For Us Annually – Museveni 

During the nation address today, president Museveni also said on account of our correct agricultural policy, Uganda have a lot of agricultural products for food-security and for commerce in the form of: bananas, maize, beans, Irish, cassava, coffee, tea, cotton, cocoa, milk, beef, fish, poultry, etc.

“Our Agriculture is not only feeding us 100% but earning 2 billion dollars for us a year,’ said Museveni.

“My farm-based wealth is going nowhere. My cows were here yesterday, they are here today and they will be here tomorrow. They were also here in the time of Jesus”

“The son of Mr Warren Buffet whom they claim to be 2nd richest man in the world came to visit me in Kisozi. I asked him how many cattle his father had and he said he didn’t have. I had never seen a rich man without cattle”

“Uganda imports medicines for humans and livestock including vaccines, worth US$383.035 million per year

“There are factories that were built in wetlands but we will let them stay. Demolishing an already built factory is not common sense because they are so important to us. But I implore the UPDF to survey and ensure that no other structures are put up in wetlands”

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