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Museveni, who was so relaxed with the very minimal security ever witnessed in any upcountry or city event, spoke both in Luo and English to the jubilation crowd.
He said in Africa for example in Lango and Ankole, to the best of his knowledge, “there is nothing like Bride Price.”
“In Lango we have “Lim me Nyom” which is wealth for marriage and very different from what the white man calls bride price.”
Museveni described Akena as his younger brother whom he worked with and his late father Milton Obote on different fronts during 1970’s (Amin’s rule). He praised Akena and advised him “to maintain a family and be example to young Ugandans facing the current challenge of marriage.”
Museveni said family is the foundation of a society and Africans should be vigilant in the institution of marriage to uphold moral values.
He also added his voice to the cabinet decision to stop the creation of more districts saying the country needs more infrastructure development.
“We can’t create another district when the in the existing ones we have not built hospitals and other viable infrastructure,” he noted.
On salary increment which many government employees are demanding, he said they should wait for the country to first tackled priorities before embarking on improving wages.
Chimpreports recently reported about the budget crisis looming as the newly created presidential budget committee failed to allocate Sh390b for teachers’ salary increment.