Africa: There’s So Much Freedom in Uganda that People Insult Me Freely on Media – Museveni

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President Yoweri Museveni has said that the country has moved in leaps and bounds ever since the NRM took power 30 years ago, including the freedom of people to insult the President publicly. Museveni who was speaking in Hoima district on Tuesday said that Ugandans enjoy alot of freedom compared to the previous regimes. He was meeting with leaders of […]

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Africa: There is no point competing, let us form a regional airline, Museveni urges amidst severed relations with Rwanda

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President Yoweri Museveni has made a call to East African countries to merge their Airlines into one regional airline, pledging to push this as a way for to consolidate gains in the community. Mr Museveni was speaking at Entebbe Airport were officially received the new Uganda Airlines Bombardier CRJ900 aircrafts on Tuesday, April 23, 2019. “There is no need for […]

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Africa: Museveni Says Revived Uganda Airlines will Open Direct Routes from Major Tourism Source Markets

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President Yoweri Museveni has said the revival of the national carrier, Uganda Airlines, will further facilitate tourism by opening direct flight routes to Uganda for tourists. Tourists from around the world will nolonger have to suffer the inconvenience of making stopovers in cities like Dubai, Addis Ababa Nairobi and Kigali on their way to Uganda once the airline has began […]

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News: Why I am against African unity-President Museveni of Uganda

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President Museveni has told a meeting in the UK why he never supported former Libyan leader Muammar Gadaffi’s push for African federation. “I did not believe in the federation of the whole of Africa that the late Muammar Gaddaffi sought because the whole continent does not have sufficient compatibilities,” Museveni said in a speech read on his behalf by army […]

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Expected Benefit of President’s Museveni’s Visit To Uganda National Parks

By Abiaz Rwamwiri President Museveni has taken off time from his busy schedules to visit two National Parks (Semliki and Queen Elizabeth National Parks). This was during his peace mission in Rwenzururu and Budibugyo where the two sub-tribes of Bamba and Bakonjo have been in engaged in tribal wars that have claimed lives of more than 40 people. Social media […]

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EAC seeks ban on raw hides and skins export

East African countries have embarked on a prescription that could revive the growth of the textile industry by setting the stage for a full-time ban on the exportation of raw hides and skins, writes ALON MWESIGWA. At the 17th summit this month, the EAC presidents directed that the bloc speeds up a process to ban the exportation of raw hides […]

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East African countries fight for Regional secretariat

By Adam Ihucha Kenya and Uganda are scrambling for hosting the East African Court of Justice (EACJ), renewing political supremacy wars in the regional body. Kenya is the latest partner state to apply while Uganda had started its spirited lobbying blitz some years back, seeking to enhance its position in the region. Sources say Kenya demanded the EAC heads of […]

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