Every person below the age of 32 years have never seen any other leader serving as Uganda’s president apart from Yoweri Kaguta Museveni but that could not be the only fete by the president if a message by one of his cabinet’s sentiments are anything to go by.
Museveni who turned 74 years old on Saturday, September 15, had not only led the East African country for 32 years but the man ‘himuselef” had never gone for a single leave since he immersed himself in the nation’s politics through military front.
Frank Tumwebaze, Uganda’s Minister of ICT in his birthday message to the Head of State, maybe out of sheer loyalty or veiled sycophancy poured bountiful of praises on Museveni, lauding his unmatched, extra-ordinary leadership ability.
“We thank God for the gift of life and anointing he has given our leader with extra-ordinary abilities to work 24 hours, seven days a year without leave for the last 58 yrs,” said Tumwebaze in his birthday message.
This was an insinuation the no nonsense president began fighting for the citizens when he was only 16 years old as a rebel soldier who gradually graduated to a dreaded Army General who ousted dictator Idi Amin.
The minister also extended a message of good luck prayer to First Lady Janet Museveni for keeping her husband and father of four who had reminded citizens on the functions of the mouth, sex not being one of them, fit all through his leadership tenure.
The First Lady also could not sit on her compliments and good luck wishes for her husband and tweeted a sweet message to the hardened General.