PHOTOS:M7 Leads NRM Leaders On Kyankwanzi Tour

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President Museveni with Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi at the Presidential farm in Ngoma.

President Museveni with Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi at the Presidential farm in Ngoma.

Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni on Sunday led the NRM Parliamentary Caucus for a walk from Kyankwanzi, off Bukomero road, across River Mayanja.

President Museveni leads the trek from Kyankwanzi, off Bukomero road, across River Mayanja to Ngoma Bridge and back.

President Museveni leads the trek from Kyankwanzi, off Bukomero road, across River Mayanja to Ngoma Bridge and back.

He also led the trek from Kyankwanzi, off Bukomero road, across River Mayanja to Ngoma Bridge and back. The newly constructed Ngoma bridge across River Kafu was launched last year connecting Ngoma to Masindi.

President Museveni disembarks a canoe on his way back from Ngoma Sunday.

President Museveni disembarks a canoe on his way back from Ngoma Sunday.

The President is renown for taking long walks he calls his hospital. He takes long strides of long stretches of 30 km effortlessly as we gasp for air.

President Museveni with NRM Parliamentary Caucus at the newly constructed Ngoma bridge across River Kafu Sunday.

President Museveni with NRM Parliamentary Caucus at the newly constructed Ngoma bridge across River Kafu Sunday.

NRM leaders are in Kyankwanzi for a retreat that begun last Thursday.

The president took the NRM Parliamentary Caucus around the presidential farm at the end of a long walk on Sunday.

The President told the MPs that he would not keep cattle donated to him as President in his farms in Kisozi and Rwakitura because those were not his. “If it is from close relatives and friends that I take to my farm,” he said

President Museveni at the National Leadership Institute in Kyankwanzi.

President Museveni at the National Leadership Institute in Kyankwanzi.

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  • Henry Mwesigwa

    To where??looking like another journey back to the bush

  • BISHANGA

    Tour for what and why should men and women of brains be fooled around