â€œYou see I am limping. Of late, I do a lot of exercises to get fit. But the other day as I did my usual exercise, I strained my leg. I think it is because I donâ€™t take enough milk nowadays,â€ President Yoweri Museveni telling journalists the reasons why he was putting on open shoes at Hotel Africana.
â€œ When I was in New York, I talked to President Mbeki about Besigye making statements from his country. I am sure the South-African government will take it up. Besigye will not use South-Africa as a platform against Uganda and he should stop making statements against Uganda from there,â€ President Museveni commenting about Besigyeâ€™s status in South-Africa.
â€œOf course I would be interested in becoming party leader. But in UPC, the main thing is to ensure that you are elected at the grassroot polls and I am definitely going for the polls. You do not proclaim your candidature even before jumping over primaries,â€ Darlington Sakwa, veteran UPC supporter.
â€œThere were cases when parents married off their girls to soldiers and when they were queried, they and their daughters insisted the girls were above 18 years,â€ Lt. Colonel Shaban Bantariza, commenting about the reports that soldiers had sex with under-age girls.
â€œUnder the law, we are the leaders of the city and we are supposed to plan for it. We shall continue to do things as per the powers given to us by the Local Government Act,â€ Kampala Mayor John Ssebaana Kizito reacting to a directive from Local Government Minister Tarsis Kabwegyere, not to sell land in Kampala.
â€œI decided not to work until I am paid. This could be good for them because they want their man to come in and work,â€ Cranes coach Mohammad Abbas, on rumours that some SC Villa officials want him out.
â€œKagimu is my son but he has other relatives who have been misleading him,â€ President Yoweri Museveni at the wedding of former DP supporter and Bukomansimbi MP Kagimu Kiwanuka.
â€œDP displayed brain power through our few lawyers who put up a spirited fight against a large government force and beat them although they had billions of shillings,â€ Paul Kawanga Ssemwogerere, DP President General talking to DP supporters in Masaka.
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