Museveni, MPs in Private Security Meeting

President Museveni addressing Parliament

President Yoweri Museveni and Members of Parliament (MPs) will today, Wednesday hold a private interactive meeting over security situation in the country.

President Museveni was on Tuesday, 26th June expected to hold an interactive Q and A session with MPs, however, Chief Government Whip, Ruth Nankabirwa on Monday evening, confirmed the meeting has been cancelled for a later date President Museveni was by then out of the country for official duties.

Museveni was on Monday in Khartoum, Sudan where he addressed a one-day Summit of peace lovers that has been initiated by President Omar Bashir of Sudan to resolve conflict between South Sudan sitting President Salva Mayardit Kiir and the Opposition leader, Riek Machar. On return, Museveni also proceeded to Nairobi, Kenya for the Northern Corridor Integration Projects Summit at Safari Park Hotel.

According to the communication from Clerk to Parliament, Jane Kibirige, the interactive meeting will now take place on Wednesday (today) at 11am at the Office of the Prime Minister’s Conference Hall.

The meeting according to Senior Presidential Press Secretary, Don Wanyama will be in camera; implying that the venue will be a no go zero for any journalists.

Sources say that the MPs will engage the President in Q and A session moderated by the Speaker on matters regarding their security and the country at large.

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