THIS WEEK: Museveni’s 9-point 2019 agenda

Others he highlighted are political discipline, youth development, economic growth, fighting crime, corruption, handling land evictions, modernizing agriculture with a focus on solar powered irrigation and coming up with a SACCO for grass root leaders as most of the work they do is voluntary and are living in poverty.

~ The Independent

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