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NRM Celebrates 36 Years In Power Today

The NRM is celebrating 36 years since they took over power in 1986. The then National Resistance Army, NRA came as a savior when Uganda was facing bad leadership from Milton Obote.

The Then NRA took over power in 1986. Kololo Independence grounds will host about about 547 guests because of the presence of Covid-19.

Much as the country is open now, business is still not as usual as people are still being vigilant.

The theme for the celebrations is: “Celebrating the 36th NRM victory day, a call to duty for all compatriots to continue towards Uganda’s Social Economic Transformation Journey.” Unlike all the other recent years, this time only those that have been invited will show up.

For those who don’t have the invite, they are going to watch everything on their Televisions or listen in from their radios.

Meanwhile, Maj. Gen Henry Masiko has appreciated men in uniform for making sure country men find sleep all these 36 years of NRM leadership.

“I want to congratulate the men in uniform for the far we have come. I salute those young men and women that don’t sleep so that we can sleep. Maj. Gen. Henry Masiko: Some of the things that happen, you don’t see them, and when we respond, you don’t understand why we (security forces) have responded that way.”

On the other hand, not so many Ugandans are impressed with NRM. Most say they are currently doing the same things they fought against. So, how different are they from Obote and Amin.

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