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Uganda is a land of both martyrs and Heroes – President Museveni

Museveni addressing the nation on Heroes Day
As Uganda marked the 35th Heroes’ Day Commemoration, President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni told the grandchildren and whoever plans to deal with Uganda to know that it is a land of both Martyrs and heroes.
In his speech, he stressed that the martyrs lost their lives without putting up resistance whereas the heroes staged a fight thus warning people who are new to the country to know that they should carry the mentality of being both brave and ready for any action that they would face.
“The Bazukulu (grandchildren) and people who have just come to the country should know that Uganda is a land of both martyrs and Heroes. The Uganda martyrs did not put up resistance. However, those who died as heroes put up resistance; you beat me I beat you. When dealing with Uganda, you should know those two,” President Museveni
The Heroes Day celebrations were celebrated from the Mpenja Church of Uganda Primary School playground in Gomba in honor of all those who sacrificed themselves to better the lives of Ugandans.
Sevo laid flowers to the slain officers who lost their lives during the 1986 war
A large gathering of guests convened to commemorate the 35th Heroes’ Day celebrations under the theme ‘Hail our Heroes’, emphasizing the reality of a secure Uganda.
Joined by the Speaker of Parliament of Uganda Anita Among, the Deputy Chief of Defense Forces Lt Gen Samuel Okiding, and the Inspector General of Police Uganda Abbas Byakagaba, President Museveni laid a wreath at the mass gravesite in Gomba District where the remains of over 100 Ugandans killed during the 1981-1986 guerilla war that brought the President to power were buried.
During the celebrations, the president addressed the challenges that the people of Gomba have been facing especially the land wrangles that were reported to him by single mothers in the district.
The president also ordered that Busuulu that is to pay for the land where they live is Shs10,000 annually making it a uniform payment and any administrator caught charging higher will be punished.

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