President Yoweri Museveni and wife Janet had a lovely weekend at Kisozi, Gomba, holding hands as they grazed and inspected the farm together.
President Museveni and wife shared with the neighbourhood the benefits of a modern farm.
The President who held hands with Janet as they walked about the vast farm in Kisozi, shared a post on his Twitter account: “With Mama @JanetMuseveni , we grazed and inspected the cattle at Kisozi farm, Gomba District.”
President Museveni was clad in a kaki cowboy hat, shirt and pair of trousers.
Janet who doubles as the Minister of Education and Sports, slipped into a yellow hat, similar to her hubby’s with a matching neck warmer.
She accompanied them with a cream dress with black pair of trousers and white pair of boots.
They walked about the farm holding grazing wooden sticks.
President Museveni tipped farmers: “I encourage the youth not to abandon and neglect these practices whether you have a garden or cattle, find time and get directly involved. Besides creating wealth, it helps you innovate.”
He shared: “I am continuing to breed high-performance Ankole cattle at the farm. The grazing exercise is refreshing, one uses that time to think and come up with many ideas. That is how our parents came up with a rich language.”
Award winning journalist and writer who has worked as a stringer for a couple of acclaimed South Africa based German journalists, covered 3 Ugandan elections, 2008 Kenya election crisis, with interests in business and sports reporting.