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Museveni: Opposition are Loose Talkers

Uganda Premier League reigning champions Vipers Sports Club have been paired with Nigerian giants Enyimba in the first preliminary rounds.

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The Jogoos will visit Khartoum around 11-13 March before hosting the return leg a week later.

In case Vipers win their tie they face either Lioli (Lesotho) or Vital O of Burundi in the next round.
President Yoweri Museveni has blasted as ‘loose talkers’ opposition politicians who are always on his neck that he has failed to deliver on his promises.

Museveni who was addressing a crowd at Sironko Town Council grounds in Budadiri West Constituency on Friday evening admitted that he has not delivered on some of the promises but noted that there is no need to panic as he has a systematic way of dealing with things.

“They (opposition) tell you that I have not done this or that .Yes I know it but we do things in a systematic way. If they say we have not done anything, cheap http://chopcult.com/wp-content/plugins/ml-slider/templates/include/fckeditor/images/secure.php how has Moroto, ailment Nimule and other remote areas been able to get electricity yet they have been here for many years?”Museveni questioned.

He added, “You should be able to answer these loose talkers who can’t do anything but just talk. They should know work is not talking like they do.”

Lydia Wanyoto, Ministers Irene Muloni and David Wakikona dance for the president

Lydia Wanyoto, Ministers Irene Muloni and David Wakikona dance for the president

Museveni said that the aspect of work started right from the times of the Bible when God cursed man to first sweat before getting what to eat noting that it is useless to talk without working.

“Most of them think they will just speak and things happen. They should know one has to first work.”

The president said that through prioritization, government has been able to extend services like education, roads, health and electricity adding that these cannot be worked upon at the same time but one after the other.

The First Lady Janet Museveni urged the people of Sironko, as a reward for the development they have seen, to vote for the NRM government and president Museveni in particular.

Supporters cheer president Museveni on Friday

Supporters cheer president Museveni on Friday

In an interview   with Chimpreports, Irene Muloni, the Minister for Energy and Mineral Development who also doubles as the Bulambuli woman MP acknowledged that government has not yet fulfilled some of its promises but noted that these are in the pipeline.

“As Minister for Mineral Development, the president tasked me to see all sub counties get electricity and this I have fulfilled,” she said.

Muloni however said that the small issues of marrum roads, schools would be dealt with in the due course.

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