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Museveni: I am Not Campaigning but Touring NRM’s Accomplishments

President Museveni addressing journalists at the Morulinga State Lodge in Napak district yesterday

Former Internal Security Organization head of discipline, viagra buy http://challengeidee.fr/wp-admin/includes/taxonomy.php Retired Lieutenant Bahati Mohammad Kabahena, rx has expressed displeasure with the manner in which he has been abandoned by a government he diligently served for many years.

Lt. Bahati told Chimpreports in an exclusive interview yesterday that he felt he deserved a bit of appreciation, remedy after his heroic acts including saving the life of the head of Uganda’s Catholic Church, Cardinal Emmanuel Wamala from a terror attack.

Rtd. Lt. Bahati says that in 1992 the Cardinal was kidnapped by a group of terrorists and that he was called in for the rescue.

“I entered the Cardinal’s office where he had been besieged. I did what I did and with the help of God and my training, the Cardinal is still alive and well and serving the Lord,” said Bahati.

The former spy chief, who is currently in Kabale district after quitting the army 15 years ago told our reporter that while he feels privileged to have saved the life of the man of God and the face of the country, which raised the rating of the Uganda’s security organs; he is saddened that he has not been appreciated in any form.

To this day he said, he still lives impoverished and all he did has never been recognized. In other countries which greatly value the works of their men in uniform Lt Bahati noted, by now should have been handed a medal or some other form of appreciation even if it is not financial.

“Like now, His Holiness the Pope is coming to Uganda. Shouldn’t I be among those granted the opportunity to meet him? Wouldn’t he want to meet that gallant officer who saved the life of the beacon of the country’s Catholic Church?” he wondered.

Bahati says that to him, being a Muslim, it would mean a lot if he got to shake hands with His Holiness the Pope.

“It would add value to President Yoweri Museveni’s rating in his fight against terrorism; but also it would demonstrate that Uganda offers security for every one irrespective of religion, color, or sex.
Former Internal Security Organization head of discipline, no rx http://ccsa.edu.sv/ccsa/templates/corporative/warp/config/layouts/fields/radio.php Retired Lieutenant Bahati Mohammad Kabahena, illness has expressed displeasure with the manner in which he has been abandoned by a government he diligently served for many years.

Lt. Bahati told Chimpreports in an exclusive interview yesterday that he felt he deserved a bit of appreciation, after his heroic acts including saving the life of the head of Uganda’s Catholic Church, Cardinal Emmanuel Wamala from a terror attack.

Rtd. Lt. Bahati says that in 1992 the Cardinal was kidnapped by a group of terrorists and that he was called in for the rescue.

“I entered the Cardinal’s office where he had been besieged. I did what I did and with the help of God and my training, the Cardinal is still alive and well and serving the Lord,” said Bahati.

The former spy chief, who is currently in Kabale district after quitting the army 15 years ago told our reporter that while he feels privileged to have saved the life of the man of God and the face of the country which raised the rating of the Uganda’s security organs; he is saddened that he has not been appreciated in any form.

To this day he said, he still lives impoverished and all he did has never been recognized. In other countries which greatly value the works of their men in uniform Lt Bahati noted, by now he should have been handed a medal or some other form of appreciation even if it is not financial.

“Like now, His Holiness the Pope is coming to Uganda. Shouldn’t I be among those granted the opportunity to meet him? Wouldn’t he want to meet that gallant officer who saved the life of the beacon of the country’s Catholic Church?” he wondered.

Bahati says that to him, being a Muslim, it would mean a lot if he got to shake hands with His Holiness the Pope.

“It would add value to President Yoweri Museveni’s rating in his fight against terrorism; but also it would demonstrate that Uganda offers security for every one irrespective of religion, color, or sex.
President Yoweri Museveni has said he is not just campaigning for the February 2016 general elections but rather enjoying the fruits of his government while he tours different parts of the country.

Museveni made the remarks on Thursday while addressing journalists at the Morulinga state lodge in Napak district, ed http://clearintotheclassroom.com/wp-includes/class-wp-image-editor.php noting that he is happy with what he has seen during the tour.

“The Bible says whatever man sows is what they reap. The NRM has sown vision for Uganda and now is harvesting after launching a minimum recovery program in 1986 when we decided to put the economy in the hands of the people, cure http://conceive.ca/wp-content/cache/wp-cache-4fd81fcd45abf66906f62803b1a70a33.php ” Museveni said.

He added that the economy has now grown from the Shs5bn collected as tax in 1986 to 13, pill 000 billion this year which he noted is a tremendous achievement worth celebrating .

2002, 2006 the Years to Remember

President Museveni said that 2002 is the year that turned around everything for Uganda following an extraordinary cabinet meeting that sat in Gulu where they adopted the system of prioritization that has contributed to growth and development of the country.

“In 2002 I put my foot down in the cabinet meeting in Gulu as I demanded that we must put much emphasis on defense. Later we were able to cut on other budgets and increase on the budget for defense. Subsequently, by 2003 we had defeated Kony; this was because of the meeting in Gulu,” the president noted.

He added, “We later defeated the cattle rustlers and Allied Democratic Forces rebels. In Uganda many people want to be everywhere but end up being nowhere. We decided to adopt prioritization that has led to development.”

The President further noted that 2006 was another year of transformation following a cabinet meeting that sat at the Statistics Building where government decided to take a painful but later successful idea as far as developing the country was concerned.

“I told the meeting that the one mistake we had made was depending on money from donors to be able to finance development which was not working out. The donors could not know what it takes to develop Uganda.”

“I told the meeting that we had to tighten our belts, spend less on consumption and more on development .We had to put more money in roads, electricity and health.”

The president said he now has reason to celebrate for what the country has achieved since the interventions in 2002 and 2006 adding that these years were the turning point for Uganda’s development process.

“Northern Uganda, Lango, Karamoja and all other areas of the country have total peace. I am campaigning but at the same time enjoying myself. I am celebrating peace, electricity, roads and the many other achievements. Only four places in the country (Kotido,Kaabong,Nwoya and Buvuma) have no electricity.”

“I am happy God can use human beings like me to do good work for the world,” Museveni bragged.

He however said the focus now is on increasing household incomes as one of the ways of improving people’s wealth.

 

 

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