By Francis Lubega
23rd April 2019
President Yoweri Museveni has laughed at opportunists who have been blaming him over the collapse of the former Uganda Airlines.
Officiating at the inaugural ceremony of the return of the airlines with, two newly received bombardier aircrafts CRJ 900 at Entebbe International Airport, Museveni said government had to first track priorities to wants.
However Museveni never saved himself from mentioning old mistakes that led to the collapse of the Airline urging them to focus on profitable opportunities like tourism, Ugandans in Diaspora and also focus of reviving the East African Airline to reduce on costs.
The first Two Bombardier planes from Canada cost the country Shs 280 Billion, and two more of the same type are expected in the mid of this year followed by the two Air Buses that will take long range travels beyond Africa.