President Yoweri Museveni is expected to address the parliament of Uganda on the 16th of March 2016 at Kololo Independence grounds.

According to the Presidential Press Unit(PPU), the happenings will be lively broadcasted on radios, televisions and digital platforms. The President last addressed the Legislature on the 20th June 2018 which was on the state of security in the country.

Anita Among, the speaker of Parliament, has urged all Members of Parliament (MPs) to be present during the session to hear for themselves what the president has to say, the plans to change Uganda’s economy.

This has come in time when the parliament is seen in many tough decisions and situations. Parliament censured the junior Minister for lands ,Persis Namuganza, over what is described as contempt of parliament.

In the last weeks,the selective committee of Parliament that investigated the alleged mismanagement of the National Security Funds (NSSF) recommended that Betty Amongi, the Minister of Gender,Labour and Social Development, should resign with immediate effect.

This report noted that President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni should take keen interest in the minister’s conduct.

Members of Parliament have on many occasions sought to meet the president on matters of national interest including the security situations in the country.