Miss Uganda Next On Agenda For UPDF After NAADS Takeover

General Salim Saleh, the Presidential adviser on Military affairs
General Salim Saleh, the Presidential adviser on Military affairs

This might look nonviable to most beauty pageant lovers, but according to the presidential adviser on military matters Gen Salim Saleh the army will take over the Miss Uganda beauty contests his year.

Saleh a decorated solider while while passing out army officers who have completed agricultural production induction training at Makerere University as the Force prepares to takeover the Naads programme said taking over Miss Uganda was in a measure to entice the youth on getting involved in the agricultural sector so as to solve problems of hunger and poverty.

“We are almost signing a Memorandum of Understanding with the Miss Uganda Foundation because we want to choose the next Miss Uganda basing on agriculture and this is intended to interest the young people into the sector,” Gen Saleh said to the Daily Monitor.

Miss Uganda 1st runner-up Anita Kyarimpa trying to to attract young people into the agricultural sector.
Miss Uganda 1st runner-up Anita Kyarimpa trying to to attract young people into the agricultural sector.

1 thought on “Miss Uganda Next On Agenda For UPDF After NAADS Takeover

  1. Gen. Saleh is lacking in substance there. First understand the objectives beauty contest. Better you start your own Agriculture beauty contest by assembling practicing farmers and define quantifiable objectives.

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