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President of Uganda Yoweri Kaguta Museveni

Museveni warns Newspapers Over Passing False Information

President Museveni was attending a one day conference of the Wekembe Group, a Catholic Association at Hotel Africana Where he was speaking as the guest of honor.

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While speaking at the function museveni decried that newspapers should avoid publicizing false information which he referred to as “Lugambo” and therefore they should stay warned.

The president said that the print media should always work for peace rather than permeating untrue information that can cause havoc in the community.

President said: “Am really warning some of these newspapers that we are here to build our country. As Christians, we work for peace not for discord.

Museveni was saying all this following complaints by Kampala Archbishop Rev. Dr. Cyprian Kizito Lwanga, who observed that some newspapers published some false information.

It should be noted that Rev Kizito came out and revealed that he received a call from an anonymous person threating his life for he was taken to wanting to be against Museveni’s government.

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