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We Are Supporting Private Investors To Help Create Jobs For You – Museveni

Ugandan president, Yoweri Kaguta Museveni tells the young people that besides the factories, they are supporting private investors to set up to create jobs for you, his government is also supporting organised youth groups with inputs like machinery so that they create their own jobs.

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Our development is hinged on the peace we have created. The jobs are coming because of this peace and stability.

That is why it is suicidal for anyone to try and destabilise this peace. I hear some entertainers claim Uganda is not peaceful. They are mistaken,’said Museveni

What our young people should know is that we cannot do everything at once, we must prioritise. It is why I have been hesitant to raise salaries of government workers because we have other pressing issues to resolve,’he said.

As voters, I also encourage you to engage your MPs to see that they support your interests. They should not just think of raising their salaries and going on trips abroad,’he added.

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