President Yoweri Museveni has warned against foreign interference in the country's politics and also addressed critical issues such as the economy, security and media. The American lawyer working for opposition lawmaker Robert Kyagulanyi, better known as Bobi Wine, had called on the U.S. to stop funding Uganda's military after Wine was tortured by authorities.
Museveni Blames Civil Society for Political Unrest
Deutsche Welle, 10 September 2018
Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni has blamed civil society organizations, foreign interference, and the media for the recent political protests. Analysts say that his words… Read more »
Yoweri Museveni Warns Against Foreign Interference in Uganda
Nation, 10 September 2018
President Yoweri K Museveni on Sunday night addressed Uganda on various affairs in the country currently. Read more »
Uganda President Yoweri Museveni.
Museveni's Problem List
Monitor, 8 September 2018
President Museveni has addressed the country at least six times since the August 13 Arua fracas and is expected to do it again later today at State House Entebbe. Read more »
We're Always Shouting in Church As If God Is Deaf - Museveni
Monitor, 10 September 2018
At the time of former Buyende District DPC Muhammad Kirumira's assassination, police officers were in area (Bulenga) but did not hear gunshots, according to President Museveni. Read more »
Museveni - Uganda Ready to Leap Into the Future
Independent (Kampala), 10 September 2018
President Yoweri Museveni has reassured the country that insecurity will be contained, and encouraged Ugandans to work even harder as the country is ready to take off to the next… Read more »
Singer-turned-politician Robert Kyagulanyi, better known as Bobi Wine, spoke about Uganda's current political situation, and about the abuse he suffered while under police custody ... Read more »
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