Naava Nabagesera
  • Special Presidential Assistant in political affairs to
    H.E the President of Uganda.
  • Senior Advocate
  • International Tourism Ambassador and Facilitator for the Pearl of Africa and Coordinator of the Presidential Initiative on sustainable tourism.



President Yoweri Museveni has called on Ugandans at large to fully utilize their God-given talents to cause development in their homesteads and in the whole country as well. 

The President made the call while speaking at Nshwerenkye Church of Uganda in Kenshunga Sub-County, Kiruhuura District during a service whose main celebrant was Rev. Meshach Kihondwa. The President, who was accompanied by the First Lady, Mrs. Janet Museveni and other family members, used the occasion to congratulate Ugandans upon concluding 2019. 

“I congratulate you for concluding the year and for Read More

President Yoweri Museveni has described Uganda and the European Union as partners with a lot to benefit from each other. Speaking in a meeting with the European Union delegation in Uganda led by the European Union (EU) Ambassador to Uganda, Attilio Pacifici, Museveni thanked the European Union countries for emphasising trade other than aid when dealing with Uganda, a move that has seen Uganda’s earnings from trade with EU triple the aid to Uganda in the past few years.

The European envoys that included the heads of missions of Belgium, France, Germany, Denmark, Spain, Ireland, Italy Read More

President Yoweri Museveni has issued a new directive on borrowing for infrastructure, limiting borrowing for only railway construction, electricity generation and irrigation schemes which, according to the President, is “for purposes of streamlining proper national economic growth."

During a meeting with the African Development Bank (ADB) Regional Director in charge of the Eastern Africa, Mr Gabriel Negattu, and some government officials at State House Entebbe, the President issued the directive while sourcing funding for school and infrastructure projects.

He emphasized the Read More

President Yoweri Museveni and his Rwandan counterpart Paul Kagame have put pen to paper and signed a pact to improve their political and economic relations.

In the Angolan capital Luanda, President Paul Kagame of Rwanda and himself signed a memorandum of understanding meant to resolve tensions existing between the two countries. President Museveni also commended his host and Congolese neighbour for spear heading the talks. “I thank President Lourenco and Felix Tshisekedi of DR Congo for coming in so that we share the information we had and ensuring that we have a communiqué with Read More