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    NRM Secretary General Calls for Integrity and Patience Among University Leaders

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    NRM Secretary General Calls for Integrity and Patience Among University Leaders
    • June 29, 2024 • 23 days ago
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    NRM Secretary General Richard Todwong urged university guild leaders to reject corruption and emulate President Museveni's patience and integrity during a training session on patriotism and good governance at Makerere University. Todwong emphasized that maintaining public trust and ethical standards is crucial for sustainable leadership and governance in Uganda.

    The National Resistance Movement (NRM) Secretary General, Rt. Hon. Richard Todwong, delivered a powerful message to university guild leaders, urging them to reject corruption and embody the patience exemplified by President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni.

    This call to action was made during a one-day training on patriotism and good governance held at Makerere University this week

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    In a candid address at Makerere University, Rt. Hon. Richard Todwong, Secretary General of the National Resistance Movement (NRM), urged university guild leaders to steer clear of corruption and embrace patience and integrity in their leadership roles.

    His remarks came during a one-day training session organized by the Directorate of Youth and Institutions at the NRM Secretariat, aimed at instilling values of patriotism and good governance among young leaders.

    With a stern warning against corruption, Todwong highlighted the detrimental impact of corrupt practices on governance and public trust.

    "We should be bitter about the subject of corruption. Speak firmly about corruption.

    It is the biggest problem we have as a government, not the opposition. People are tired of us because of the stealing of public resources by a few," he asserted. "We need to advocate for a future where wearing yellow is admirable."

    Todwong’s words resonated deeply with the audience, reflecting a broader concern within the NRM about maintaining public trust and upholding ethical standards.

    His remarks underscored the need for young leaders to distance themselves from corrupt practices and to serve with integrity and accountability.

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    Highlighting the longevity and stability of the NRM under President Museveni, Todwong attributed their 38 years in power to the President’s patient and consultative approach to leadership.

    "The 38 years of NRM are not by mistake," he said. "President Museveni is always very patient and consultative to ensure good decisions. This is a lesson you should learn today—not to panic. This is how we have avoided mistakes that befall other countries."

    The training session provided an opportunity for young leaders to engage with experienced politicians and gain insights into effective governance.

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    Todwong emphasized the importance of continuous learning and staying informed as crucial elements of responsible leadership.

    "Read and stay informed at all times," he advised. "Knowledge is a powerful tool in making sound decisions and guiding others."

    Todwong's call for integrity and patience is particularly relevant as Uganda faces ongoing challenges related to governance and corruption.

    His message to the university guild leaders is part of a broader effort to cultivate a new generation of leaders who are committed to ethical governance and public service.

    The training at Makerere University, a prestigious institution known for its historical role in shaping Ugandan leadership, was an ideal platform for such a crucial dialogue.

    The NRM’s initiative to engage young leaders in discussions about patriotism and good governance reflects their commitment to fostering a political culture that prioritizes integrity and public trust.

    As Uganda continues to navigate its political landscape, the emphasis on rejecting corruption and embracing patient, informed leadership will be critical in ensuring sustainable development and public confidence in government institutions.

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    Todwong’s address serves as a reminder of the values that are essential for the country's progress and the role of young leaders in upholding these principles.

     

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