The national army, UPDF, is still celebrating Tarehe Sita or the day of liberation.
As part of the long week activities, the army has cleaned Natette market area, Busega fish market and Kyengera.
The week also saw Special Forces Command soldiers treating and cleaning of Guide B hospital in Entebbe town.
Meanwhile, the Chief of Defence Forces (CDF), Gen Katumba Wamala, has warned presidential candidates who tell lies about the health sector.
This follows FDC leader Kizza Besigye visit to Abim Hospital with media exposing its squalid conditions.
Police then stopped Go Forward’s Amama Mbabazi’s attempt to visit Kabale District Referral Hospital over similar reasons.
Watch video: Army cleans markets
“I agree that the health situation is not a 100 per cent good; but the conditions are not very bad,” Gen Katumba is quoted by Daily Monitor as saying on Tuesday Tarehe Sita at Katwe Primary School in Kampala.
He visited Kitebi Health Centre III where the army conducted a clean-up exercise saying the conditions were not that alarming.
“We have just been told that Kitebi hospital delivers over 400 babies every month. They rarely register cases of mothers who lose life during deliveries. That is a sign of progress,” the CDF is quoted as saying.