ISAAC KIGOZI: Honoring Our Heroes, The Unbreakable Spirit of Uganda

Isaac Kigozi, the Head of Trade and Investment in the Office of the Senior Presidential Advisor on Diaspora Affairs with Gen. Museveni
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On this National Heroes’ Day, it is essential for us to pause and reflect on the immense sacrifices made in the name of our cherished Uganda. As a proud son of Luweero, I, Isaac Kigozi, feel compelled to share the extraordinary story of the heroes of Luweero who selflessly laid down their lives for our nation’s sovereignty.
The Luweero Triangle, located in the central region of Uganda, was the epicenter of a brutal guerrilla war that spanned from 1981 to 1986. This conflict ultimately resulted in the liberation of our country and the establishment of the government we have today. Throughout this period, countless men and women displayed unimaginable bravery, fighting against all odds to secure a brighter future for Uganda.
Isaac Kigozi, the Head of Trade and Investment in the Office of the Senior Presidential Advisor on Diaspora Affairs
In times of both peace and turmoil, it is crucial to remember the sacrifices of our national heroes and to ensure that their legacy is preserved for future generations. As we celebrate National Heroes’ Day, let us all take a moment to honor and appreciate those who have shaped the Uganda we know today.
To truly pay homage to our heroes, we must also commit ourselves to the ongoing development and betterment of our nation. Let us invest in education, healthcare, and infrastructure to create a prosperous Uganda that our heroes would be proud of. Let us champion peace, inclusivity, and dialogue to ensure that the spirit of unity that brought our nation together continues to thrive.
Furthermore, we must unite in our fight against corruption, the very parasite that led to the liberation movement of the NRA and NRM. As a nation, we need to eradicate corruption and uphold the principles of transparency, accountability, and integrity, ensuring that our heroes’ sacrifices were not in vain.

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I also extend a heartfelt call to our brothers and sisters in the diaspora to be patriotic and serve as good ambassadors of our beautiful country. Let us embrace the opportunity to bring back the skills and knowledge acquired abroad to contribute to Uganda’s development. By doing so, we can join forces to build a brighter future and make us all proud to be Ugandan.
Isaac Kigozi, the Head of Trade and Investment in the Office of the Senior Presidential Advisor on Diaspora Affairs
To the heroes of Luweero and the countless unsung heroes throughout our magnificent country, we salute you and pledge to honor your sacrifices forevermore. Your enduring legacy inspires us to build a stronger, more prosperous Uganda for generations to come.
Today, let us not only remember our fallen heroes but also take action to ensure that their sacrifices were not in vain. May we work together to build a brighter future for all Ugandans, upholding the values that define our nation and make us truly proud to call ourselves Ugandan.
Isaac Kigozi, the Head of Trade and Investment in the Office of the Senior Presidential Advisor on Diaspora Affairs with Gen.Salim Saleh
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