This is the Speech by Dr. Ruhakana Rugunda after Parliament approved his appointment as Prime Minister of Uganda on Tuesday, check http://chesapeakebaydiningguide.com/wp-includes/feed-rdf.php 30th Septenber, cheap 2014.
I wish to take on this opportunity to thank you Madam Speaker and Honorable Members in approving my appointment as Prime Minister.
I wish to also thank His Excellency the President for the trust and confidence in appointing me as Prime Minister.
Let me take this opportunity to thank my predecessor, Ndugu Amama Mbabazi, who has served very well as Prime Minister of the Republic of Uganda for the last 3 years.
As you well know, the duties of the Office of the Prime Minister are well defined.
I will be focusing on implementation of the Movement Manifesto, the National Development Plan and the coordination of Government programs as approved by Parliament.
Our focus will be on implementation of the many infrastructural projects underway and we will continue to prioritize improved service delivery to the people. To that end, I wish to reiterate that it is our collective responsibility to ensure that our population accesses the essential services that they are duly entitled to such as health and education among others.
In order to address the problem of poverty and youth unemployment, promotion of private sector investments and job creation must remain a top priority. We must also focus on modernization of agriculture, industrialization and value addition as key pillars of our transformation program.
Let us intensify our collective effort to combat corruption, a vice that has plagued our society and still remains a challenge. Greater emphasis will be placed on accountability and transparency in managing public affairs. This is a responsibility of Government, the Opposition and of every Ugandan citizen.
Our country has had a difficult history; one scarred with wars, disease and natural calamities, to which so many lives have been lost. Through struggle and sacrifice, Uganda has since emerged out of this difficult period and is now playing a vanguard role in promoting regional security and socio-economic development.
As I take on this new responsibility, I take it on fully aware of the hard times, struggle and sacrifice that Ugandans have gone through; however, our nation has also attained significant achievements, promising great opportunities and bright future.
I call upon all honorable members of this this August house and our fellow citizens, to collectively consolidate these achievements as we work together in advancing Uganda’s transformation agenda.
I thank you Madam Speaker, and I say this for God and my country.
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