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NRM Director Mobilization Sseninde Calls Thousands to Attend President Museveni Legacy Celebrations in Kololo

By Kiggundu Lenearker

Director of Mobilization of the NRM Hon Rose Mary Sseninde Nsubuga, has issued a call to thousands of Ugandans to attend a grand celebration of President Yoweri Museveni’s legacy, set to take place at Kololo Independence Grounds on July 5th. The event aims to honor the accomplishments and contributions of President Museveni expected to draw over 200,000 attendees from all walks of life.

“This celebration is organized by people who genuinely appreciate the good President Museveni has done for our country under the Theme M7 my Brand.” Sseninde stated. “We want to create a space where Ugandans from every political background can come together to recognize and celebrate his legacy.” She added

The day promises a plethora of activities and amenities to ensure a memorable experience for all. Gates will open as early as 6 AM, welcoming the anticipated crowds with free food and drinks. A medical camp will be set up, offering services such as blood donation drives to promote community health and solidarity. Additionally, there will be exhibitions from various companies showcasing their products and services.

Entertainment will be a highlight of the day, with numerous artists lined up to perform and keep the crowd energized. Security measures are tightly in place to ensure the safety and well-being of all attendees.

Sseninde emphasized that the event is not funded by the state or the National Resistance Movement (NRM), highlighting its grassroots organization by citizens who admire President Museveni’s work.

“We invite everyone to join us, regardless of their political affiliations,” Sseninde urged. “This is a celebration for all Ugandans, and those wishing to present gifts to the president are welcome to bring them.”

With the promise of a vibrant and inclusive atmosphere, the President Museveni Legacy Celebrations in Kololo is set to be a landmark event, bringing together a nation to honor its leader’s contributions.

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