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Minister cautions on prosperity programme

By Vision Reporter

Added 28th December 2008 03:00 AM

UGANDANS should not expect miracles from the Bonna Bagaggawale (prosperity-for-all ) programme, the state minister for Luweero Triangle, Nyombi Tembo, has said.

UGANDANS should not expect miracles from the Bonna Bagaggawale (prosperity-for-all ) programme, the state minister for Luweero Triangle, Nyombi Tembo, has said.

By Frederick Kiwanuka

UGANDANS should not expect miracles from the Bonna Bagaggawale (prosperity-for-all) programme, the state minister for Luweero Triangle, Nyombi Tembo, has said.

Nyombi said on Friday that no Ugandan from the present generation will live to see the realisation of the vision, because it will take long to come true.
“Bonna Bagaggawale is just a vision. By the time, every Ugandan becomes rich, none of us here will still be alive,” he said in Bamunanika, Luweero district.

The minister, who was opening the Bamunanika Agaliawamu Savings and Credit Co-operative Society (SACCO) in the district, attacked NRM detractors who unfairly criticise the Bonna Bagaggawale programme.

“No country has ever achieved prosperity-for-all within a period of five years. Even Europe, where the industrial revolution started in the 18th century, has poor people,” he said.
He advised SACCOs to minimise expenses so as to make profits.
The minister pledged a computer and sh5m to the SACCO.

Minister cautions on prosperity programme

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