Atuheire Brian Batenda
I will not take time to respond to what happened this morning in the reshuffle sabalwanyi has made. And there three factors am writing about in this document.
The constitutional betrayal
When there was the constitutional amendment to remove the term limits Amaama Mbazi thinking that he was mighty, supported the removal of term limits together with his in law Hope Mwesigye in all this they thought they were clearing the way such that people like Dr. Besigye don’t enter state house. In my own prediction they thought it was easy for them to easily enter state house since the old man would easily go but alas it was a miscalculation. May be if Hope Mwesigye who was then a state minister for parliamentary affairs would had not championed and offered to be the one to bribe Mps to vote for the amendment then maybe it would have been different…
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I will not take time to respond to what happened this morning in the reshuffle sabalwanyi has made. And there three factors am writing about in this document. Continue reading THE TIME FOR THOSE WHO BATRAYED UGANDA HAS COME
Dear gallant young unemployed patriots, congratulations upon the recent launch of the registration of unemployed Ugandans. It is a revolutionary act. Your actions have made Government functionaries sweat plasma trying to prove to whoever cares to listen how your efforts will come to naught. Continue reading OPEN LETTER TO THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF THE UNEMPLOYED
There are very many problems but unless you are hypocrite the fact that most of Ugandans can’t even eat three meals when they call themselves intellectuals of this country! Continue reading LAUNCH OF NAU [National Association of the Unemployed]
Uganda has one man who has claimed that he is the only one with a vision for his country. Continue reading SOMETHING THAT UGANDANS HAVENT NOTICED
this is great our generation can fight this curse
A young man peaceful shuns corruption in Uganda.
No one knows how corruption looks like until it hits them with roads with potholes, hospitals without drugs, ghosts living among humans with the abilities of drawing wages every month from public payrolls. African governments have failed to inculcate systems of accountability to help them to serve their citizens who pay taxes. Many African countries have strong men who don’t want to leave power through peaceful means. Uganda since its independence has never handed power from one president to another peaceful, from one to another they have all been aided by the sound of the gun and oozing bullets. Women and young children have continued to be the victims of political greed that has always taken drained a country with lots of potential from its climate to natural resources Uganda seems to be stuck in the narrative of ‘Africa is Rising’.
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