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I’m honoured and humbled by what president Museveni and NRM have given to this country for the last 31 years. “THANK YOU”. However, as a country, we are in a situation many may refer to as an awkward age. That as a country, we are facing new and serious threats to human freedom of expression, we seem to be losing confidence and this may be referred to as incompetence, economic, political conspiracy and national security challenges made worse by tendencies to serve individuals, the health and future of our NRM party its self is an issue. As a party, we have lost confidence in our own self. The task and debate at hand should be a party succession plan as the defining commitment of our party by letting the party chairman His Excellency the president to go home and rest rather than amending article 102b of the constitution. We are in the age we need to look back and remember where this country has come from and look forward and determine the future of this country. As a c
- Policemen/army should strike against selfish sectarian bosses leading them into murder
- NRM party members should strike against suppression of their party.
- Traders, taxi drivers and Bodaboda etc should protest high taxes and bad leaders
- Church leaders should protest against abuse of their institution by imposters
- Youth should protest unemployment
- Farmers and peasants should protest exploitation
- DP should protest against its authoritarian leaders
- Teachers and all civil sarvants should raise up against poor pay.etc
- All Ugandans should raise up against an occupational-colonial force in power
Speaker of parliament Thursday wrote a letter demanding for explanation from IGP and other security organs over the September 27th siege of the house in which MPs Opposed to Museveni's life presidency project were beaten. Different people have made responses to the letter and we present one here. By. MP Kasibante Moses Right Hon speaker for the record this fails to convince me!. First of all, some of us have footages showing how parliamentary staff guided the goons up to the parliamentary chambers. But you should also remember, the next day as many of us were nursing wounds and pain inflicted on us, you chaired parliament in which two things happened; a) a motion was brought and passed congratulating you upon what had transpired the previous day. b) You on recorded responded to critics by saying that you are the 'custodian of the rules of procedure' actually trying to defend all that what happened to your parliament!. Now all of a sudden this letter!. Don't you think you