Museveni’s constant strike on corruption

Rais Museveni and First Lady walk out of State House Entebbe after the event. A PPU Photo,

  • President Museveni to new ministers: “Desist from engaging in any form of corruption.”
  • The new ministers were sworn in by Chief Justice Bart Magunda Katureebe.

State House, Entebbe – On Monday at State House Entebbe, new ministers took oath of office, an event witnessed by President Yoweri Museveni and First Lady – also Education and Sports Minister, Janet Kataha Museveni.

Mr. Museveni, as he has been saying in recent years, gave a strong warning to the new ministers and civil servants on engaging in any form of corruption.

“Congratulations to the new ministers that have taken oath of office today at State House Entebbe.

“I call upon all ministers and public servants to desist from engaging in any form of corruption.

“Corruption by any government officials is a great betrayal to Ugandans who are desperately yearning for service delivery.

“I implore the general public to embrace this fight and report the crooked officials with evidence, as opposed to rumours and we will take action,” he warned.

Among ministers who took oath of office were; State Sports Minister who’s also the Ajuri County MP, Denis Hamson Obua, ICT and National Guidance Minister [Information], Judith Nabakooba, State Minister for ICT, Peter Ogwang, Molly Kamukama – Economic Monitoring, Raphael Magezi, Local Government Minister, among others.

Hon. Denis Hamson Obua – Minister of State for Sports taking oath of office. A PPU Photo.

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