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Museveni’s National Address pushed to Saturday

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KAMPALA, UGANDA: President Yoweri Museveni will on Saturday this week address Ugandans in yet another Presidential address on Covid-19 and other matters of national importance in the country.

The address that was scheduled for Friday has now been to Saturday 20th November 2021 at 8 pm, the Senior Presidential Press Secretary Lindah Nabusayi confirmed the development in a Thursday morning tweet.

” UPDATE @KagutaMuseveni National address has been pushed from Friday to Saturday 20th November 2021 at 8pm,” Nabusayi tweeted.

Like any other presidential address, Saturday’s national address according to Nabusayi will be broadcast live on all Radios and TV stations countrywide.

Museveni’s much-anticipated address comes at a time when the country is under terror attack from the Islamic State, which claimed responsibility for the deadly Kampala twin bombing that left four people and three suicide bombers dead, with many scores injured in the incident.

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The two bombings, one at Kampala Central Police Station Quarterguard, and another at IPS building along Parliament Avenue happened on Tuesday morning at around 10:03 am and 10:06 am respectively.

Police in a statement released on the bomb attack attributed the explosion to the ADF rebel group, although the Islamic State later claimed responsibility and being behind the day-light attack.

The President is also expected to shed light on the Covid-19 situation in the country, and reopening of the economy to normal business, as the country heads into the festive season.


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