UGANDA AT 61, FROM THE BRINK OF A FAILED STATE TO A GLOBAL PLAYER: A JOURNEY OF ENDURANCE AND TRIUMPH.
Every 9th October is Independence Day, we celebrate the defeat of the British rule that lasted from 1894-1962.Unlike some African countries that had to go to war, Uganda negotiated her independence. However, a negotiated independence left us very divided, in fact Buganda had almost negotiated her own separate independence. I am not saying war was
In a remarkable event held at St. Fatina Catholic Church in Nakulabye, the Presidential Initiative for Skilling the Girl/Boy child Center celebrated the achievements of 500 students who have undergone rigorous vocational training. The Nakulabye Skilling Center, located at the heart of the community, has become a beacon of hope and empowerment for young individuals
Last week, we embarked on a journey of inspiration as we visited several skilling centers under the Presidential Initiative for Skilling the Girl/Boy Child in Kampala. This initiative, which began in 2017 with a focus on girls and expanded to include boys in 2019, is making a tangible impact on the lives of Uganda’s youth.
On 29th may 2023 President Museveni assented to the anti-homosexual bill which has now become the anti- homosexual act 2023. The president executed his mandate as prescribed by Article 91 (3) (a) of the Constitution. Among Annet the speaker of parliament in her official statement thanked parliament for standing by the people. “Parliament of Uganda,
In the month of February, President Museveni had diplomatic engagements, receiving credentials from the newly posted Ambassadors and Heads of Missions. The President received credentials from the Envoys of South Sudan, France, Egypt, Iran, Turkey, Equatorial Guinea, and the Saharawi Republic.
Dear Reader, This is to present to you the July edition of our monthly e-magazine, The Presidency. The monthly e-publication highlights the major engagements of His Excellency the President and the entire Presidency for the month, and is one of our Open Government initiatives to bring Government closer to the citizens. In this edition,
Dear Reader, I have the pleasure to present to you the fourth edition of our Quarterly Government of Uganda Newsletter. This is the last edition of the Financial Year 2021/2022 and covers the months of April, May and June of 2022. The purpose of this GCIC Newsletter is to empower you, as a citizen, with