Bobi Wine; M7s grammatical errors, symbolizes his governance mistakes and failures

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Bobi Wine, 2 generations, same cause
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MP Bobi Wine has today made a response to president Museveni’s missive in response to the MPs article written to the president.

The ongoing exchange symbolizes a new dawn of cyber wars in politics–a 21st century vs the 20th century

The errors actually symbolises the mistakes and failures in the governance of our country

The ghetto president scorned Museveni for grammar and factual errors in his response which he said “symbolizes┬áthe mistakes and failures in the governance of our country”

In the short note posted on his timeline Bobi however thanked the president for his attempts to respond to “an article with an article in an intellectual and civil manner-not the usual force”

“. . .other than the state resorting to the use of force, violence and other machinations. An article should be responded to with an article and not with an arrest or intimidation.

The Full Response:

I have read President Yoweri Museveni’s response to my recent statements and audio recording on the state of our Nation. The statement contains many errors- factual and in terms conclusions (the obvious one being that am an MP for Kyadondo East NOT KYADONDO NORTH), (which actually symbolises the mistakes and failures in the governance of our country)

Nonetheless, I thank you Mr. President for taking time to respond. I wish we would at all times engage intellectually and in a civil manner- other than the state resorting to the use of force, violence and other machinations. An article should be responded to with an article and not with an arrest or intimidation.

I will respond to the other mistakes, inconsistencies, contradictions and wrong conclusions at an appropriate time- actually, WE AS A GENERATION shall respond, because I don’t speak for myself but for millions of Ugandans, young and old- men, women and children, who want nothing but a better Country for themselves, their children and the generations to come.
Let’s now get into the market of ideas…

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Can you talk about achievements as well. You’ve been singing all these years with freedom if expression wherever you’ve gone/ reached .Can you try such in Rwanda? Can you talk about a president like that?

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