Upon visiting The Greater Masaka Industrial Hub under State House, a Danish official was taken aback by the false information that he had first read, which claimed that President Yoweri Museveni had neglected to mention wonderful projects like this one.
One of President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni’s 20 Skilling Centers, Greater Masaka Industrial Hub aims to reduce unemployment in the nation by providing young people with employable skills.
Ms. Ann Moore, who is in the nation researching adolescent welfare and the various steps the government has taken to enhance their standard of living, visited the center, praised its effectiveness, and promised to spread the word about the excellent work to the rest of the world.
She questioned why stories that damage people’s perceptions predominate and why President Museveni’s and the Ugandan government’s initiatives are rarely covered.
Several sub-regional government representatives joined Ms. Moore, among them Eng. Joseph Mukasa Ssewava of the NRM, who presented the party’s 2021–2026 manifesto and informed the guest of additional beneficial policy initiatives implemented by the NRM administration under President Museveni for Uganda’s development.
During her escorted tour of the skilling center, she spoke with several of the trainee beneficiaries who referred to President Museveni’s opportunity as a game-changing intervention that would determine their destiny.
Ann committed to disseminating the positive news to dispel the myth that President Museveni is a bad leader and to highlight his effective programs, which might be excellent models for other nations to follow.
She also praised Ms. Jane Barekye, the State House Controller, whose inspiring leadership has allowed the initiative to flourish across the nation.
Among the other leaders present were John Bosco Lubyaayi, the Deputy Resident District Commissioner for the Masaka District.