Museveni stresses solidarity for thriving as he host Ethiopians


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Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni has emphasized the need for a united Uganda in particular and Africa in general to achieve prosperity of the people in the region.“My flourishing originates from others. On the off chance that I state my clan, my clan, it doesn’t bode well,” he said.

The President was talking during a gathering with the meeting Ethiopian Public Diplomacy Team, drove by the Speaker of the House of the People’s Representative, Hon. Tagesse Chafo, who approached him today at State House, Nakasero. The 60-man designation that incorporates the business network, negotiators and social pioneers is on a 5-day visit.

President Museveni told the Ethiopian appointment that the explanation Uganda had the option to recoup from the past strife originated from the NRM Government’s accentuation on interests for success instead of personality of clan and religion, which he noted, doesn’t profit the individuals of Uganda.

“Our pioneers neglected to answer where the success of society originates from and invested a ton of energy in character. That was a serious mix-up,” he said.

Mr. Museveni educated his visitors that the NRM Government has had the option to address the vast majority of the past missteps and is presently handling framework difficulties, for example, railroads and streets with a perspective on giving modest methods for transport to business in the nation.

He energetically invited the meeting group to Uganda including that what is required in the locale is exchange relations. He focused on that the Horn of Africa needs solidarity and fellowship to serve the entire of Africa.

The Ethiopian Speaker, Hon. Tagesse Chafo, saluted President Museveni for the chance of meeting him and furthermore for his savvy administration. He said that his assignment is in Uganda to ponder the political framework and how the nation has had the option to keep up harmony and flourishing.

Representative Parliamentary Speaker, Rt. Hon. Jacob Oulanyah and the Ethiopian Ambassador to Uganda, Ms. Alemtsehay Meseret Gelaw, among others, went to the gathering.


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