â€œPraise God. Recently, I realised that I have been victimising young people into devilish ways,â€ George Oundo admitting to recruiting children into homosexual activities as he talked to parents at Hotel Triangle last week.
â€œWho will persecute you for attending my workshop? If you are in someoneâ€™s house and you do not like them, walk out. When I go to a place and preach patriotism and a school teacher opposes it, then they must look for land outside Uganda,â€ President Yoweri Museveni, preaching patriotism to teachers in western Uganda.
â€œYou are next to God, so your role is to protect life. God gives life and you assist to sustain it. If you donâ€™t do that, you will go to hell,â€ higher education minister Mwesigwa Rukutana advising graduand nurses at Jinja School of Nursing and Midwifery to care for patients.
â€œI think it is good to reduce the burden on people who will bury him. I doubt that anybody would have built him such a tomb after his death,â€ Paulo Aruho, about Mzee Gabriel Kyotera of Bushenyi, who constructed his own tomb because he thought his death was near.
â€œDo not be blindfolded by self-centred people who want to tear you apart,â€ embattled Mufti Shaban Mubajje, advising Muslims in Arua against siding with Sheikh Kayongoâ€™s group which wants to unseat him.
â€œWe are looking for successors because we are aging. I cannot give birth to children and leave them to people who are going to give them wrong doctrines. I have a duty to ensure that ordinary subjects learn about their country,â€ President Yoweri Museveni, talking to teachers in Masaka about patriotism.
â€œIt is the students who decide whether you bribe or not. This is about brain power, not money as many people think. I thank the students for the support and I promise them the best,â€ newly-elected Makerere guild president Robert Okware.
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