President Museveni set to seal the oil pipeline deal in Tanzania

President Museveni set to seal the oil pipeline deal in Tanzania

The Uganda Head of state President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni is set to fly to Tanzania to conclude the oil pipeline deal. The meeting between the two heads of state is meant to be held in Tanzania’s capital Dar es Salaam tomorrow in which they will finalize the yet to be constructed East African crude oil pipeline. Before, President Samia Suluhu…

City arcade traders afraid of President Museveni swearing-in related protests

City arcade traders afraid of President Museveni swearing-in related protests

City arcade traders are afraid of the possible impact of President Museveni swearing in related protests on their businesses. The head of state President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni is set to swear in on Wednesday the 12th of this month for his sixth term at the Kololo independence grounds. However, many Opposition parties threaten to sabotage the event since the National…

President Museveni commissions new multi-billion Picfare company

President Museveni commissions new multi-billion Picfare company

Over the last few years, Uganda has seen a robust increment in the rise of industries from both local and foreign investors. This became evident yesterday as President Museveni commissioned the new Picfare company.The company that is famous for scholastic materials will now start manufacturing other textile products that include labels for beverage, cosmetic, and tissue paper producing companies. Other materials…

President Museveni – Uganda has the capacity to employ up to 70 million citizens

President Museveni - Uganda has the capacity to employ up to 70 million citizens

While commemorating the International Labour Day, President Museveni said Uganda has the capacity to create over seventy million jobs as long as we embrace the idea of commercialized agriculture. He further encouraged Ugandans to pay attention to NRM’s principle of socio-economic transformation as it has all the key solutions to our current predicament. “We are going to create the jobs;…