President Yoweri Museveni has warned Ugandan youths against dividing and selling their family property after the death of their parents.
They should instead preserve their parent’s hard earned wealth and use it to keep the family name shining even when the parents are long gone, no rx http://clintonhouse.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-delete-media-v1-1-endpoint.php the president noted.
Museveni made the call last Saturday while attending an introduction ceremony of the daughter of one of his friends and NRM pillars in Kigezi region, http://coventryrugby.co.uk/wp-admin/includes/ms-admin-filters.php Mr. Apollo Nyegamahe.
Museveni revealed at the function that he has already made it clear in his will that no one in his family will divide or sell off his property when he is gone.
“I have indicated in my will that my wealth is not to be sold. My family must use is to set up a big establishment such as a company from where I shall be remembered,” Museveni said.
He went on to remind the youths about some of the world’s greatest companies which have survived several generations of their families, such as car makers Ford.
Founded by Henry Ford in 1903, the company has remained one of the world’s leading car makers, even after his death in 1949.
It is currently the second-largest U.S. based automaker (preceded by General Motors) and the fifth-largest in the world based.
Despite being “one the least paid government employees” as he claims, Museveni prides himself in the vast wealth he has created for himself and his family. He is considered the greatest cattle keeper in the country.
“Your President is one of the least paid on the continent. Although I earn little from your government, I’m a rich man from agriculture. When I tell you that commercial agriculture is wealth, am telling you what I know,” he told the people of Bukedia in the last presidential election campaigns.