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6th mandate for Uganda’s Museveni

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Saturday, 16 January 2021, Kampala, Republic of Uganda: The Ugandan electoral commission announced that President Yoweri Museveni won the presidential election gaining 58.6% of the ballots.

He is thus to serve for a sixth term as head of Uganda’s Executive power (i.e. headship of state and of government). The President resides at State House located in Entebbe, a municipality that hosts the international airport, and erstwhile served as capital for the British protectorate. 

President Museveni (76) was first inaugurated as Uganda’s ninth president on 29 January 1986. Museveni was born on 15 September 1944 in Rukungiri, then Uganda Protectorate. Hitherto he is Uganda’s longest-serving president.

His Vice President Edward Ssekandi is in office since 2011. 
He is due to take his sixth oath of office in May 2021. 

For further information https://statehouse.go.ug

In the picture President Yoweri Museveni – Picture by State Department, in the public domain.

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