M7 Donates Shs224m To Kenyan University Fund

case geneva;”>He donated Shs224m towards the University Fund, stuff saying Uganda “is these days not doing well economically.”

pill geneva;”>Museveni said much of the problems faced by Africa are caused by subsistence farming.

“I have never gone back to Rome or FAO meeting after disagreeing with their food Security ideology. If we have food security and have no income security then what? Africans have just been surviving by chance. Africans don’t die easily,” he noted.

“If the Chinese today decide to donate food to us but bring 2 million Chinese to come and live in Africa. Will you stop them?” Museveni wondered.

He further accused Makerere University of starting a course in Conflict Studies “like we will have conflicts forever.”

He called for emphasis on science subjects, saying students easily get jobs after their courses.

“There is no Alumni of Mbarara University whom you can find walking on the road looking for a job,” said Museveni. exclusively revealed yesterday that Museveni would embark on a Kenya trip to drum up support for Presidential hopeful Raila Odinga.

Driven in an open-roof car, the two leaders had to make several stop-overs by the thick crowds to address them on the way to the University.


The crowds were visibly excited by the Ugandan leader’s long motorcade.

As Museveni passed through the town, hundreds of people, some on roof tops and others on the streets, warmly welcomed him and his host Prime Minister Raila Odinga.

The President told Kisumu residents that the purpose of his visit was to strengthen the existing relationship between the two EAC members countries – Kenya and Uganda.

He stressed the importance of the development of the infrastructure, such as railways, harbours and roads.

He observed that the most important thing for the life of the human being is food to put in the stomach adding that there is need to produce for other needs of man.

The President, therefore, urged Ugandans and Kenyans to produce more for the market.

“There is need to develop East African Community to the level of the European Union”, he stressed.

Prime Minister Raila Odinga told the people of Kisumu that President was in the area to help in the construction of the Great Lakes’ Region University’s Kisumu campus.

He said that the Kenyan government and Uganda are working hard to remove trade barriers within the Community.

Museveni will also visit Prime Minister Odinga’s home in Bondo after officially launching the Great Lakes Region University Kisumu Campus Education Fund.

Museveni was earlier seen off at Entebbe International Airport by Minister for Security, Mr. Muruli Mukasa, the Head of Public Service John Mitala, the Commander of the Defence Forces, General Aronda Nyakairima, the Inspector General of Police, General Kale Kayihura and the Commissioner General of Prisons Dr. Johnson Byabashaija.

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