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Gen Kainerugaba met Masaka business community

Gen Kainerugaba Meets Religious Leaders, Business Community in Masaka

posted onMarch 16, 2024

The Chairman of the Patriotic League of Uganda (PLU) Gen. Muhoozi Kainerugaba met religious leaders and members of the business community before he flew out of Masaka City on Saturday, March 16.

Gen. Kainerugaba arrived in the area on Friday, March 15 to attend the Greater Masaka Baraza organized by PLU and held at the Masaka Liberation Square in Masaka City.


Speaking at the event, which was attended by thousands of people, the senior presidential advisor on Special Operations, assured the people of Greater Masaka of his commitment to work with them in developing Uganda.

"Thank you for loving PLU. PLU is your voice," he said. "We shall build Uganda together. I want to thank the organizing committee that organized this event. Thanks a lot."


The General used the Baraza to explain the mission and vision of PLU, saying that it "is a civic organization that seeks to mobilize Ugandans to fulfill their patriotic duties."

"This means mobilizing Ugandans to love their country, be good citizens, have a spirit of national and protect Uganda from foreign intervention," he elaborated, adding that the League seeks to champion assistance of vulnerable people in our communities, fighting wastage of resources and corruption."


Gen. Kainerugaba assured Greater Masaka that PLU is non-partisan, non-denominational, and non-sectarian.

"We have people from every tribe, race, religion, and political party," he said. "We don't care about your political party; we just care whether you love Uganda or not... Are you ready to sacrifice for Uganda? That's all we want."

The army chief noted that PLU encourages all Ugandans to fight corruption and abuse of office because" these vices hinder development." This is one of the greatest ills facing Uganda today, he said.


The Baraza was attended by several leaders, including the Minister of State for Microfinance Haruna Kasolo Kyeyune, State Minister for Water Aisha Sekindi, Minister of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries Frank Tumwebaze, Defence Minister Vincent Ssempijja, Nathan Byanyima, Shatsi Musherure Kutesa, Basil Kiiza Bataringaya, Daudi Kabanda, Isaac Ssejoba Mayanja, Mary Begumisa, Lilian Aber, Atima Jackson Lee Buti, Jennifer Muheesi, Boaz Kasirabo Nisiima, Steven Kangwagye, Javita, Semwanga, Muhamad Sentayi Muyanja, Alex Ruhunda, Gerald Ibanda Rwemulika, Richard Wanda and Arinaitwe Rwakajara among others.


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