Sunday, October 13, 2019
Uganda’s Economy Growing at Very Fast Rate - Museveni

Uganda’s economy has continued to flourish at a very high speed of 6.1 this has been made possible because of access to affordable electricity and good roads.  All this was said by the president of Uganda Yoweri Museveni at the 57th independence commemoration in Sironko district.

The president assured that now he is focusing on the construction of roads to connect remote areas in order to boost tourism and to extend electricity to rural areas.

He further revealed that he investing more effort in agriculture including introducing farmers to irrigation, however, he also highlighted the need to expand the market for the agricultural produce.

President Museveni also took a moment of silence for one minute to mourn the late president of Zimbabwe Robert Mugabe who passed on earlier this year.

In the same way, Emmerson Mnangagwa the president of Zimbabwe appreciated the invitation to the independence commemoration and added that this will strengthen the relations and trade ties between the two nations.


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