President Yoweri Museveni is one of the longest serving Presidents in the world. The people of Uganda have been re-electing him in every general election since he took over power because of the good work he has been doing for the country.
In this tough period of the corona virus disease, President Yoweri Museveni has been doing everything possible to ensure that his people are safe. As we are speaking, there is a looming headache to Kenya President Uhuru Kenyatta after Museveni's government hinting on closing the boarder that link the two countries.
As reported by the NTV Uganda, some leaders in Museveni's government have anticipated rising Covid-19 cases in the country. For that reason, there is a concern on cross border movements, something that may end up seeing the country close her borders.
"Leaders in Namisindwa District have anticipated rising COVID-19 cases due to unauthorized border crossings via Uganda-Kenya porous border entries. #NTVNews." Tweeted NTV Uganda.
That is something that should worry President Uhuru Kenyatta because if Uganda closes the border, then many businesses will definitely be affected in the country.
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