Uganda’s president Yoweri Museveni had a wonderful day out with his grandchildren when they went grazing on Thursday, December 26.
Museveni owns huge tracks of land at his Rwakitura in Kiruhura district where he keeps hundreds of long horned cattle.
The president said festive season is the best time his parents would use to pass on important knowledge touching on social and cultural issues.
“We should use this festive season with the presence of many holidaymakers to tip the younger generation on our culture, heritage, and instill in them the values of discipline and hard work,” he tweeted.
Earlier on the week, the 87-year-old former junta leader called on all maize to invest in quality breeds capable of attracting international market.
“Previously, our maize has been rejected on the international market citing quality concerns. These quality issues arise from; Poor storage, drying maize on the ground which increases the risk of disease-causing aflatoxins,” he advised.
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