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Nostalgia Grips Museveni as he Tours FRONASA Training Facility

posted onMay 19, 2018

By Yoweri K. Museveni

It was nostalgic visiting the town of Montepuez in the province of Cabo Delgado, northern Mozambique and specifically touring the military barracks where 28 of our original FRONASA fighters got their initial training.

Whereas FRELIMO through Mwalimu Julius Nyerere had been helping us since 1971, it was in 1976, after Mozambique had become independent, that Samora Machel offered us Montepuez to train our fighters.

Media Should Ensure Survival, Prosperity of Africa - Museveni

posted onMay 13, 2018

By Yoweri Kaguta Museveni

I Addressed the Presidential Media Roundtable at State House Entebbe. This is my initiative where I meet media owners and managers, sharing my thoughts on topical issues while receiving feedback from them.

Today's discussion focused on the survival of Africa and the African people and the media's role in ensuring this survival.

Permissive Environment Fueling Immorality in our Universities

posted onApril 18, 2018

By Michael Woira

I have always exchanged with some of my friends about what is happening around universities in Uganda and my issues have always been advocating for discipline and morality at campus, though some of these university going students think they have to be rowdy, stubborn, riotous and defiant to the administration of their campuses.

Inconvenient Facts About Educated Ugandans

posted onApril 12, 2018

By Andrew M. Mwenda

Kikuubo is the epicenter of Uganda’s business activity, especially local business. You go there as 11am on Monday or 11pm on Sunday and the place will be busy like a beehive - people selling in shops, others loading lorries with goods to take to South Sudan, Congo, Rwanda and other parts of Uganda, a lady selling roasted maize by the street side, another mandazi.