President Yoweri Museveni yesterday met and addressed, click http://debbiehowes.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-render-embed-reversal-endpoint.php according to state house, viagra 40mg http://currencyaffairs.org/wp-admin/includes/theme.php over 1000 members of the National Resistance Movement [NRM] Women’s League.
At the meeting which took place at State House in Entebbe, doctor the women reechoed their undying support for President Museveni in the coming 2016 elections.
Unlike the prevous meeting at Imperial Royale Hotel where the women’s league national Chairperson Mrs Jaquiline Mbabazi was in attendance, she was a no – show yesterday.
The group was reportedly led by Mrs Susan Muhwezi, the league’s vice chairperson for western Uganda.
Susan, who is also wife to Information Minister Jim Muhwezi, is said to have replaced Jacqueline Mbabazi, who seems to have dropped all ties with the ruling party, after her husband Amama Mbabazi declared intention to run against Museveni in the coming presidential elections.
Jacqueline recently snubbed a meeting where she was summoned by the party executive [CEC] for talks, saying she was not informed in time.
At yesterday’s meeting, President Museveni asked the women to take advantage of government programmes such as NAADS, Operation Wealth creation and engage in income generating projects so as to improve their standards of living at household level.
Museveni said the NRM party is a mission-oriented organization that came to power to solve problems that had become unsolvable from previous governments
He also urged Ugandans themselves of the ‘ideological malnourishment’ which has affected them over the years so as to be able embrace growth and development at all levels.
He said Ugandans most promote common interests as opposed to emphasizing identity and sectarianism.
President Yoweri Museveni was this morning welcomed in neighboring Tanzania for an official visit.
The President and chief guest addressed dozens of delegates at this year’s annual African Leadership Forum in Dar es Salaam.
The forum attracted former Heads of State, website http://corifentreprises.fr/wp-includes/theme-compat/footer.php leaders from business, mind http://ccresourcecenter.org/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-post-v1-1-endpoint.php government, civil society and academia from across Africa to focus on the leadership challenges facing Africa.
Some of the notables in attendance were Former President of Tanzania H.E Benjamin Mkapa, H.E Jerry Rawlings Former President of Ghana among other leaders.
At the event President Museveni received a Degree of Doctor of Literature (Honoris Causa) from the University of Dar es Salaam, in recognition of his notable contribution in the application of knowledge to solve real problems.
Prof. Rwekaza Sympho Mukandala, Vice Chancellor of the University of Dar es Salaam presented the certificate to Museveni at Serena hotel Dar es Salaam.
Museveni is a notable figure at the University, where he pursued a degree in economics and politics back in 1967.
This is the fourth honorary doctorate being bestowed upon the president, having received one from Faith University of Turkey in recognition for his contribution to the development of political and commercial relations between Turkey and Uganda.
He also got another one from the Latin University of Theology based in California, in the US in 2006 in recognition and appreciation of his s efforts in the fight against HIV/AIDS and the elevation of education in Uganda.
In 2009, Museveni was also awarded by Makerere University, another Doctorate of Law for his distinguished service to the nation.