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President Museveni’s National Address Moved To Saturday 20th

President Museveni’s national address on security matters and COVID 19 has been pushed from Friday 19th to Saturday 20th November 2021.

The news was revealed by the presidential press secretary Lindah Nabusayi through her Twitter account.

This address will be broadcast live at 8pm on all traditional media platforms and the designated social media channels.

President Museveni is expected to primarily talk about COVID 19 and the security that has been a bit worrying in the past weeks and days.

For COVID 19, majority of Ugandans are expecting good news especially about the relaxation of the SOPs such as curfew hours and reopening of some places like entertainment centers as the festive season knocks on the door.

The President in his previous addresses said that the country would be opened in January 2022 fully.

He however cited hitting the vaccination target of 4.8 million people as a key factor in restoring the economy wholly.

By the time of writing this article, Uganda has already surpassed that number and is approaching 5 million people who have been vaccinated.

The security details will also be vital in his address after the bomb explosions this week in Kampala city that claimed a number of lives and injured many others.

The President came out to talk about the situation in the aftermath of the explosions saying that these were linked to ADF and the government is going to deal with them mercilessly.

He’s however expected to give more details in his national address.

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