As further information becomes available, President Willam Ruto is anticipated to leave the country next week and travel to Uganda, where he is anticipated to attend a meeting presided over by Ugandan President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni.
According to a report from the NTV, President William Ruto will be in Uganda the next week to attend the manufacturers' event.
As Uganda is set to celebrate its independence on Sunday, it has been reported that President Museveni would attend today's commissioning of the 60th museum in Uganda, where he is also anticipated to introduce the exhibition.
Museveni will give his remarks at the opening of that exhibition, according to sources in Uganda. The address will go into detail about the history of Uganda and the contributions made by the Ugandan army to political stability in the past and present.
"Therefore, we anticipate that he will discuss recent events in his speech. Museveni's administration has a very favorable attitude on Ruto's administration "claimed a Uganda-based NTV journalist.
The nation of Uganda became independent on October 9, 1962.
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