Kampala, (UG): President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni will tomorrow 31st December 2023 deliver his end-of-year address to Ugandans, the Presidential Press Unit (PPU) has confirmed.
“The Presidential Press Unit (PPU) would like to announce that H.E. Gen (Rtd) Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, the President and Commander-In-Chief of the UPDF, will deliver his end-of-year address to the nation on Sunday, December 31, 2023, at 8 pm,” the unit stated.
“This address will be broadcast live on all radio and TV stations, as well as online platforms. Tune in.
Thank you for your attention!”
Museveni’s annual end-of-year address is expected to provide an overview of Uganda’s progress over the past twelve months and lay out a vision for the future.
The presidential address also comes at the end of a year marked by significant challenges and victories both at home and abroad.
Domestically, Museveni made a bold move toward bolstering Uganda’s economy by enacting a full ban on used clothing imports in August.
This decision, driven by concern over the impact of imported used clothing on local economies and the domestic textile industry, signifies a strategic shift toward enhancing Uganda’s self-sufficiency.
Internationally, Museveni has been active in peace negotiations in the region, notably meeting with Sudan’s RSF leader Gen Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo to discuss the ongoing war in Sudan.
His involvement in the region’s affairs underscores Uganda’s role as a key player in East Africa’s political landscape.
As Ugandans prepare to usher in a new year, they will be looking forward to their President’s guidance and message of hope, underlining the country’s resilience and determination to forge ahead, regardless of the challenges that may lie ahead.
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