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Uganda Is Still Standing And Coping With The Virus – Museveni

During the nation address this afternoon, President Museveni said that it is the partial implementation of our programmes that is helping Ugandans to survive in the virus. When the coronavirus started causing havoc around the world, he started hearing screams of pessimism,”

“We’ve actually continued to be in the bush even when we are in the Gov’t and have continued to wage guerrilla warfare against the neo-colonial and colonial interests in Uganda. Much more could have been achieved, if it was not for this opposition,’said Museveni.

“Uganda is still standing and coping with the virus , the floods, the landslides, the rising water of our lakes, the locusts, the security and feeding millions of Ugandans”

“It is the partial implementation of our programme, that is helping us to survive in this crisis of the virus and to even use the virus to take off in terms of the social-economic transformation, we have been talking about since the 1960s”

“As usual, many of the people did not bother to grasp the importance of these points or, indeed, of the other 7 points. They thought that we were just talking to justify our role in national issues”

“Uganda is coping with floods, landslides, locusts, floating islands, rising water levels and feeding millions of our people because of some of the few ideas that we have implemented in spite of the endless opposition.

“By March 2020 we had only two industries making sanitizers we now have 107 factories by March there was no factory making masks and we had been told there was a global shortage but we now have about 10 factories making masks”

“Financial Intelligence Authority froze the account of some companies because they didn’t know where the companies’ money was coming from, and yet they were from Equity bank. How could they not find out that”

“We have built a strong Army; we have built a powerful LC system, the fact that it is not well facilitated financially notwithstanding; we have surplus electricity on account of the correct prioritization”

“With Parliament support, in 2006; we’ve a good road network of tarmac, totaling 5,111kms,’he added.

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