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President Museveni Addressed The IPOD Summit At Speke Resort Munyonyo

MUSEVENI AT IPOD SUMMIT

President Museveni attended the Inter-Party Organization for Dialogue (IPOD) Summit at Speke Resort, Munyonyo. The grouping is for parties with representation in Parliament. Dialogue is the beginning of democracy and I am glad to be at this function. I always welcome any opportunity for dialogue. I therefore do not understand how people purporting to be democrats can refuse to dialogue,’’he ...

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President Museveni Officiated The Ground Breaking Masaka- Bukakata Road

Masaka Bukakata road

The road runs from Nyendo Junction in Masaka Town, passing through the Luvule and Kayugi trading centres to Bukakata which is on the shores of Lake Victoria. The road also includes the 5km link to Lambu landing site. Check also: President Museveni Addressed The Sustainable Blue Economy Conference In Kenya The project consists of upgrading the present gravel road to Class ...

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VIDEO! Museveni Almost Bitten By A Snake While Addressing A Conference

Museveni Almost Bit By A Snake

It was a shocking moment yesterday on Friday when a snake was slithering towards where President Museveni was standing. While giving a speech in a simple tent together with the Minister, Esther Namuganza, this snake caused a lot of shock to people who were under that umbrella. Check also: Nigerian Official Says A Snake Ate Shs 360 Million From Her ...

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President Museveni Warns Land Grabbers As He receives the Land Probe Report

museveni warns land grabbers

President Yoweri Museveni received the land probe report from the land inquiry committee that was appointed to inquire the law and processes of land acquisition, land administration, land management and land registration within the country. Check also: It’s A Government Right To Take Over Your Land Says President The committee consisted of Justice Catherine Bamugemereire, who was the head. Other ...

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