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Museveni Officiates Closing Ceremony At Kaazi Scouts Camp

Museveni Officiates Closing Ceremony At Kaazi Scout’s Camp

President Yoweri Museveni has applauded the Uganda Scouts Movement for completing all contemptuous hardships and remaining focused during the COVID-19 pandemic period.

The President made these remarks yesterday on August 17th 2022 at the closing ceremony of the National Scouts Camp. He officiated the ceremony that happened at the Kaazi camping site in Wakiso District.

The President who first inspected a guard of honour mounted congratulated their Movement on a successful camp. This came after the frustrations they faced in the previous years of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Participants from all regions across the entire country attended the National Scouts Camp. They spent time at Kaazi training in different lifetime skills.

President Museveni appreciated the Scouts Movement Leaders for the efforts put in training the young generation.

He said that scouting has cultivated many people to become good leaders in their communities and in the forces as well.

The President pledged support to the Uganda Scouts Movement and called upon its leaders to make a work plan that the government will support.

Meanwhile In separate news, Nobert Mao, the new minister of Justice and Constitutional Affairs, recently made some comments about the President leaving power. He said president Museveni leaving power peacefully is a larger plan to leave a stable, peaceful and prosperous nation.

He said this in a meeting with civil society organizations at his office. The organizations said they face constant harassment from state agents while others remain closed.

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