President Yoweri Museveni, First Lady and Minister for Education and Sports, join other top government officials for a group photo with reporters covering the event. Courtesy picture.

PRESIDENT Yoweri Museveni has told his cabinet, bureaucrat and top organ of the ruling party that Ugandans are suffering from too much democracy ushered in by him.

“There is too much democracy that Ugandans are actually suffering from constipation of it”

The country’s top cream is attending one week retreat at National Leadership Institute (NALI) Kyakwanzi. The president took his top managers of the state and party to harmonize the structure under which Uganda is achieve the middle income status by 2020.

At the opening remarks, President also explained that although, there are no plans to bailout the struggling businessmen/women, companies suffering from high bank interest rates will be helped through other policy instruments that will be discussed by government.

Gen. Museveni also revealed that government will speed up payments for companies that supplied government and are suffering because of government delay to pay. On traders that suffered losses and those that were never paid by government of South Sudan, Museveni revealed that government would support them.