May 31, 2014

M7, First Lady Janet Register For National IDs

President Yoweri Museveni & First Lady Maama Janet Museveni registering for National Identity Cards Friday morning in Rwakitura
President Yoweri Museveni & First Lady Maama Janet Museveni registering for National Identity Cards Friday morning in Rwakitura. PPU PHOTO

In an exemplary move, Ugandan president Yoweri Museveni and the country’s first lady Janet Museveni on Friday morning registered for their National Identity Cards and called on Ugandans to do the same.

“Janet and I have today registered for National Identity Cards. I call upon all Ugandans to register” president Museveni tweeted on Friday via @KagutaMuseveni.

It was the president’s 10th tweet ever since he joined the micro-blogging site last month and what better way to do it than by calling on citizens to register.

He now has a staggering 34, 4oo followers in the space of one month.

Last month marked the beginning of the four months in which Ugandans shall register and apply for their first ever national identity cards. The exercise is targeted at 18 million Ugandans from the age of 16 and above in 7410 parishes.

After registration each person gets an identification number right away. The information will then be taken to the central storage system in which it will be checked before an ID is printed and issued in September.

 

5 thoughts on “M7, First Lady Janet Register For National IDs

  1. Provide equipments and give allowances to the workers for registration and allow many avenues for the work in order to have effective results and also let the motives of registration be genuine.

    1. Go back to mayumba 10 which is smaller community and manageable. RC is to big and beuaretical complicated to manage. That will save money to the treasury.

    1. Yes he will but does he need it. Over 70 and still power till death. Who is going to request for it. Date of birth and place Mary!!

  2. Good example I can’t wait to get mine because it my birthright. It has been overdue, hopefully process will be sophisticated than complicated. Please give Uganda nationals first not Nigerians

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