"Curfew Time Is From 7PM To 5AM" Bittersweet Moment As President Museveni Makes These Remarks In Uganda
After President Yoweri Museveni imposed a 42 days lockdown, many Ugandans were full of complains. They complained that the President had made life harder for them because it was even difficult to provide for their families. In fact, Boda Boda riders did not hide their disappointments as they urged President Yoweri Museveni to lift the lockdown.
The government published additional Covid-19 control measures today, July 30th, in response to a recent spike in infections in the country. Ugandans have been ignoring the limitations, according to His Excellency President Kaguda Museveni, resulting in an increase in the virus's propagation. Curfews have been extended for another 30 days across the country, from 10 p.m. to 4 a.m.
The world is not new to controversies.Recently it was a great pastor T.B Joshua who went to be with the Lord,with many across the world, mourning his passing on. And now as per the reports a self proclaimed miracle healer from Loliondo christened Babu wa Loliondo has died.
President Yoweri Museveni has been in power for very many years. For that reason, he has plenty of experience which makes him a role model and mentor to other young presidents in Africa and around the universe. In his leadership, President Yoweri Museveni has never made his people complain.
The political tension is high across the country Amid of covid-19 pandemic as Kenyans are expected to battle it out. Ugandans finished there elections early this year and President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni managed to bulldoze his way through state house. Opposition leader Robert Kyagulanyi did not manage to face the old man and with all the machinery Museveni proved unstoppable.
Today Ugandan residents have come out to protest demanding that they should be given food, relief cash and the release of the political prisoners. Photo: Ugandan Protestants (Facebook) The main reason for demanding for food and relief cash is because of the hardship they are facing due the imposed lock down in the country to combat the spread of corona virus.
Many Ugandans do obsess about wealth and often we talk about some of the places where the wealthiest people dwell. Often characterized by well-tarmacked roads, fences, very organized, clean, expensive cars, mansions and really really rich people! Here is our list of what we believe to be the top 5 wealthiest residential areas in Kampala.
President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni and Kifefe Kizza-Besigiye. It is barely two days when Ugandans were told that thousands of them were vaccinated with water. This could have happened in Many countries who knows. The news were received as shock. Dictator Museveni came to Power early this year and he has been doing a tremendous job to protect Ugandans from not only internal attacks but external attacks too.
President Yoweri Museveni government is currently under pressure from Ugandans for allocating two hundred Million Ugandan shillings to each member of Parliament for as car grant. The Parliament has almost five hundred members, meaning that the government will spend Billions of money on cars while the country is struggling with covid-19.
President Yoweri Museveni has always been the best President the country has ever seen. He has been doing a great work when it comes to developing the country and ensuring safety for his people but in recent days, there have been plenty of complains coming from Ugandans especially when it comes to the lockdown due to Covid-19.
Temperature High As The President Is Set To Address The Nation Regarding Covid-19 Measures In Uganda
Since the outbreak of Covid-19 in East Africa, more specifically in Uganda, things have not been good. Although President Yoweri Museveni and his government have been trying their best to curb the disease, every move has been coming with consequences. For example locking their boarders have been causing troubles with neighbor countries like Kenya.
Ugandan President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni lead ugandans in mourning the incoming head of civil sercice Lucy Nakyobe’s husband; While taking to his official Twitter handle, President Museveni expresses his condolences to Lucy Nakyobe following the sudden death of her husband Dr Mbonye. "I want to express condolences to our incoming Head of Civil Service, Lucy Nakyobe on account of the death of her husband, Dr. Mbonye.
President Yoweri Museveni is one of the best Presidents not only in Uganda but also in the continent. He has been doing his level best to improve the living standards of all Ugandans for very many years. For that reason, he has a strong legacy that he will definitely leave behind when he retires.
There has been a tendency by African heads of states to cling to power, holding on to power and using the power to oppress the opposition leaders. Some of African leaders who stayed in power for many years including the former Zimbabwe president, the late president Robert Mugabe.
A Ugandan doctor is on the run after administering fake covid 19 vaccines. According to Ugandan news outlet Daily Monitor, State House Health Monitoring Unit confirmed that over 800 Ugandans and an unknown number of clients from various companies, received fake covid 19 vaccines. Some of the patients who received the fake covid 19 jab, have since lost their lives during the second wave of covid 19.
President Kaguta Yoweri Museveni has been the Ugandan president for a lot of years. Consequently, he has a lot of involvement which makes him a good example and tutor to other youthful presidents in Africa and around the world. In his initiative, President Yoweri Museveni has never made his people complain.
In excess of 800 individuals and undisclosed number of customers from a few organizations in Kampala Metropolitan region got phony Covid-19 hits. Dr Warren Naamara, the head of State House Health Monitoring Unit, revealed to Daily Monitor that the suspects, including a specialist, who is as of now on the run, tricked a few group and organizations and infused them with counterfeit antibodies between May 15 and June 17.
Several Ugandans were vaccinated with water which was disguised as covid 19 vaccines between the month of May and June. In a report released by Ugandan state house after a sample was carried out to test the legitimacy of several vaccines. Report indicate that more than 800 people had received the fake vaccines around Kampala Metropolitan.
Photo/ Courtesy: For illustration. The Uganda state house now has confirmed that some of her people were given fake covid-19 jab. State House detectives arrested two nurses from Nakawa, Kampala, on suspicion of vaccinating people with a phony vaccine and remanded them in Kitalya Prison.
On Friday July 30, 2021, Uganda's long term serving who is also the current president, Yoweri Kaguta Museveni addressed the nation on matters related to covid-19. The event was being covered live from State House of Uganda from 8pm. During the live event, Museveni passed some important messages to his people including the good news of lifting the imposed lockdown.