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The President, who was accompanied by his wife Janet Museveni, explained to his audience Uganda’s past political turmoil and said the national protracted armed liberation war waged by the National Resistance Movement was started with a few arms by few dedicated people and eventually succeeded because of hard work and patience.
The President told his audience that the Movement vowed a fundamental change in Uganda and said that to-date, there are so many achievements the country has realized such as improved infrastructure, increased number of children in school, increased power generation along with security and peace in the whole country.
He assured Ugandans in Europe that the country is entering the take off stage in its quest for development.
Museveni, who observed that some Ugandans are excited about oil, reminded them that the financial dividends that will accrue from the exploitation of that resource, is to be used as a catalyst for development.
He at this juncture urged the young people to undertake academic courses in sciences to be able to work in the oil sector and other related fields. He noted that the oil resource will give the country not only petroleum but also other by-products like gas, PVC and heavy fuel oil, among others, adding that this will definitely lead to more industries and creation of more job opportunities in the national economy.
Regarding dual citizenship, the President informed them that the bill has been passed and will favour mostly those Ugandans who are working and living abroad but would like to come and stay in Uganda concessionary.
State Minister for International Affairs, Okello Oryem, commended the President for the peace ushered in by the NRM government and the many social, economic and political achievements in the country.
He said they are free to return home any time and called on them to convince investors to come and do business in Uganda.
Uganda’s High Commissioner to UK Joan Rwabyomere reported that 55,000 Ugandans, being the highest number abroad, live in the British Isles alone followed by those in Germany and the United States of America.
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FDC officials say Besigye is on a serious business trip. Details will be availed shortly.
Nevertheless, Kalinge says hundreds of opposition supporters last evening joined Besigye in Busunju to attend the last funeral Duwa of the late father of FDC diehard Asuman Ssemakula.
Ssemakula is Besigye’s former driver and closest aide. He has fought tooth and nail to save Besigye’s life during running battles with police for the last eight years.
Kalinge says the power-packed ceremony was officiated over by Sheikh Hussein Rajab Kakooza, director Sharia, Uganda Muslim Supreme Council.
The function was as well attended by Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago, Joyce Ssebuggwaawo and Mubarak Munyagwa.
Others included Muwanga Kivumbi, Salaamu Musumba, Haji Kamulegeya and the whole youthful A4C outfit.
From Busunju, A4C leaders drove to Kibibi for the scheduled rally of the day, hosted by Muwanga Kivumbi which was addressed by Betty Nambooze, Moses Kasibante, Moses Kasule and Matias Mpuuga Mpuga.
Unlike the violent Saturday rally, the Kibibi political assembly was largely peaceful.
“There was no incident whatsoever. No tear gas this time, no bullets. Except for the unnecessary show of force – the police clearly over deployed, and spent much of the morning driving through the area demobilising people from coming to the rally,” says Kalinge.