First son Lt. Gen. Muhoozi Kainerugaba, has described Uganda as a ‘God’s country, nobody can defeat.’’
The Presidential Advisor on Special Operations in tweet on Wednesday said ‘‘Ugandan strong! I never used to believe it but Almighty God has made me a believer. Nobody can defeat Uganda!’’
He added: This is God’s country. Whoever dares will be crushed to dust! Ruhanga asiimwe. Happy Independence Day! God bless Uganda!
The tweet was in relation to bumper harvest for Uganda on Sunday and Monday.
On sunday evening, Ugandan singing youngsters, Esther and Ezekiel Mutesasira won the first edition of East Africa’s Got Talent show, walking away with a $50,000 (about 184m) grand prize.The duo was announced after a stimulating televised show finale at Catholic University auditorium in Nairobi, Kenya on Sunday.
The Mutesasiras beat two other Ugandan acts, Comedic dance group, Dance Alliance Network (DNA) and Jehovah Shalom Acappella, in the finale that had six contestants.The other finalists were Kenya’s young songbird, Jannell Tamara and Spellcast, and Rwandan cultural troupe Intayoberana.
Joshua Cheptegei on Sunday evening also won gold posting 26:48.36 to become Uganda’s first Men’s 10,000m champion at the IAAF World Athletics Championship in Doha, Qatar. He also bagged $67,000 (About Ugx. 244,550,000)
In the other news, Uganda Airlines on Monday received two passenger planes, doubling the size of the fledgling airline’s fleet. “At Uganda Airlines, whereas we have reached a major milestone today, we still have many rivers to cross. In December 2020 and January 2021, we will be receiving our two Airbus A330-800neo aircraft which will connect Uganda to overseas markets” said Airline’s Acting Cornwell Muleya
Ugandan strong! I never used to believe it but Almighty God has made me a believer. Nobody can defeat Uganda! This is God's country. Whoever dares will be crushed to dust! Ruhanga asiimwe.Happy Independence Day!God bless Uganda!!!🇺🇬🇺🇬🇺🇬 pic.twitter.com/6UvK8h3pXS
— Muhoozi Kainerugaba (@mkainerugaba) October 9, 2019