President Yoweri Museveni has urged Ugandans to embrace growth and development at all levels.
The President, who is also the National Chairman of the NRM party, was yesterday addressing over 1000 NRM Women’s League members from all districts of Uganda at State House Entebbe.
The group led by Mrs. Susan Muhwezi, was told by Museveni that the NRM party came to power to solve problems that had failed previous governments.
He said the NRM government has achieved several milestones since 1986 including destroying sectarianism and concentrating on the country’s interests in order to achieve peace and stability.
Further, Mr Museveni said the country has now achieved minimum economic recovery through economic stability and has managed to promote physical-infrastructure development, social economic development and improved education and health services.
He said the country has now achieved total peace as a result of a disciplined and capable Army, the UPDF which is one of NRM’s greatest achievements.
The President urged the NRM Women’s League members to take advantage of government programmes such as NAADS and Operation Wealth Creation to engage in income generating projects so as to improve their standards of living at household level.
The meeting was attended by the Speaker Rebecca Kadaga, NRM Deputy Secretary General Richard Todwong and all NRM women Members of Parliament.