M7 In Kenya For Jubilee Celebrations

President Museveni on his arrival in Nairobi on Wednesday.
President Museveni on his arrival in Nairobi on Wednesday.

Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni is in neighbouring Kenya for the country’s Golden Jubilee Independence celebrations.

President Museveni on Wednesday afternoon arrived in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi at the invitation of President Uhuru Kenyatta where he is due to attend celebrations taking place today.

The celebrations will be held at the Safaricom Sports Centre in Kasarani, Nairobi.

President Museveni flew to Kenya directly from South Africa where he joined other world leaders Tuesday for the national memorial service of Mzee Nelson Mandela.

He was received on arrival at Kenyatta International Airport by Kenya Cabinet Secretary for the Ministry of Mining, Hon. Najib Balala. Others at the airport to receive the President included Senator John K. Lunyangapuo who is MP for West Pokot; Busongora South MP, Hon. Kafuda Boaz and Hon. Babirye Veronica Kadogo who is also Vice-Chairperson of the Committee for East African Community.

On 12 December 1964 the Republic of Kenya was proclaimed, and Jomo Kenyatta became Kenya’s first president.

5 thoughts on “M7 In Kenya For Jubilee Celebrations

  1. Museveni is the most extravgant President in the World . This is a man who does not think of what it costs the poor nation when he is always in the air loitering about. In the last 12 days , he has been to Nigeria , South Africa and Kenya. Why ? How many trips has Goodluck Jonathan made this year ?
    Ghana , which is the most developing nation in Africa does not allow its President to waste its money on Presidential tours. Is Uganda cousred ?

  2. Obama went to Mendela´s burial with all living USA former Presidents. The British P.Minister travelled with former prime Ministers and other important leaders in UK. France and other nations did the same . Even Uhuru traveled with a delegation of VIP s from Kenya. Your Museveni went with his daughter ! His brother-in-law was there too.Is that a man who can be recognised as a leader of a nation ? It is evident that he thinks that Uganda belongs to his family .

  3. My point is : why did President Museveni travel to Mandela`s funeral with his daughter while other world leaders went there in company of other fomer distiguished men and women from their nations ? Does this help to dispelthe allegation that M7 is running Uganda alone and a few members of his family ?
    These are some of the things we should be pondering as we honour Mandela. If he had not asked the hard questions when he had to , no one would have known he ever lived here. LONG LIVE COURAGE !!!!!!

  4. Leaders are the focal person of Unity,Peace and thinking together but not to divide and jumping from point to point without achieving anything.Function to be at Mandela death place means to unite there and time to relax and start moving up and down for other issues is also meant for that and not to mix the two.

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