President Yoweri Museveni is expected to address the nation later today on COVID-19 and the measures being taken to control it.
His press secretary Lindah Nabusayi said that the televised address will be at 8pm and will be broadcast on all major TV stations and Radio Stations country wide.
One would expect Mr. President to tackle education andhttps://theugandan.com/2021/09/president-museve…ted-issues-today/ reopening of schools as stakeholders say that this will prevent a ‘catastrophic’ loss of the whole school going generation.
The Ministry of Education said that the final decision will come from the president.
However, another issue could be on top of the agenda seeing that our neighbor Rwanda has recently opened bars in a bid to support bar owners and the people the bars employee.
Meanwhile, bar owners under their association had also vowed to re-open their bars, saying the 60 days President Museveni had given them in his last address had elapsed.
Religious leaders will also be interested to hear from the president on whether places of worship will be allowed to reopen, having kept them on lockdown for 60 days, in his last last address in July.