President Museveni’s swearing in Ceremony Limited to only 4000 people

President Museveni’s swearing in Ceremony Limited to only 4000people

President Museveni’s swearing in ceremony has been limited to only 4042 people due to COVID-19 according to Minister Esther Mbayo.

Hon. Mbayo said the logic behind limiting the usual numbers and the fanfare that characterize such functions is to be able to strictly observe the Standard Operating Procedures set out by Ministry of Health against the spread of Covid 19 pandemic.

“This function is therefore strictly by invite.” she revealed.

The theme for the Swearing-In Ceremony is, “Securing the Future”.

12th Mar 2021 will be the day Uganda holds the swearing-in ceremony for their 2021-2026 president-elect.

President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni was re-elected for another term during the general elections held on 14th January 2021 with 58.38%.

The theme for the Swearing-In Ceremony is, “Securing the Future”.

The function will take place at Kololo Ceremonial Grounds in Kampala starting at 7:00 a.m. The Swearing-In Ceremony will be very different from the usual.
She added: “In other words, it will be a ‘scientific’ one i.e we have extended invitations to few numbers of people to the tune of 4,042.”

The rest of the Ugandans will watch the proceedings on all our national televisions and radio Stations, says Hon Esther Mbayo.