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Shock as President Museveni pays his herdsboy 15M shillings monthly

Ugandans have been left in shock after news emerging that President Museveni’s herdsman is paid a whooping 15m shillings monthly.

According to a circular which has found it’s way to the internet dated 31st July 2022 from State House, the President is seen appointing a one Dr Nassan Mutembeya Tandekwire to oversee a project on his farm.

This is dubbed the Qatar Livestock Investment Project.

The letter further states how Museveni received a letter indicating that Qatari nationals wanted to visit his farm in Kisozi to study about the Ankole cattle.

Tandekwire was further ordered to coordinate with Museveni’s daughter Diana Kamuntu to welcome the Qataris.

Museveni further added how he doesn’t want these to spend any money on his farms.

He directs that if they have any money, they should put it in the Uganda Development Bank or any Bank of their choice to be borrowed at low interest rates.

Additionally Dr Rashid Semuddu was appointed as the special envoy to Qatar and Nassan Mutembeya Tandekwire as a senior Presidential Advisor on indigenous cattle with a salary of 15 million shillings.

This has seen widespread shock and criticism from the general public.

NUP leader Kyagulanyi Ssentamu said that when Museveni rises to speak, he sings patriotism, nationalism and pan Africanism yet all he does is corruption, nepotism and favoritism.

Dr Col Kiiza Besigye also expressed shock at this implying that these are the achievements of Uganda at 60 years of independence.

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