There have been rumours all over social media platforms concerning the whereabouts of Uganda's longest serving president Yoweri Kaguta Museveni and his son whom he appointed recently as the commander of Uganda's armed forces.
The rumors which pointed to the allegations that the Uganda's top man could be seriously unwell have been rubbished today morning after Museveni appeared in public urging African countries to stop relying on donors for the supply of covid-19 Vaccines and instead start local manufacturing.
Museveni who is currently battling with coronavirus pandemic in his country has been forced to shut down the country after scores of the virus hit them hard a while ago.
The Star Kenya has reported that Museveni has urged all African leaders to speed up plans that will enable African countries manufacture their own coronavirus vaccines.
Museveni on his official Twitter account posted that while he was attending the launching of the World Health Summit Regional Meeting at Speke resort Munyonyo echoed his government's commitment to funding research and innovations for scientists especially in Ugandan universities.
Museveni who has ruled Uganda since 1986 has been accused of rigging elections and threatening and torturing his competitors.
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