Its time for politicians to dump diversions and face real issues

By Mukambwe Lukonge
There is no guarantee that if you fail to manage internal strife in your own party while still in opposition, that you can miraculously manage the diverse affairs of the country while in government.
Gallant members of the party we need to be mindful of the great history of our Country Uganda. Before we got internal self governance, there was a London conference that declared Uganda as a sovereign state. First representatives of of this conference was based on the indigenous tribes of Uganda as of the time. Indeed that's the very reason as to why when one goes to the Parliament of Uganda, will find all indigenous societies that existed by 1962, properly inscribed on the wall of the entrance of the Legislative assembly. The importance of this is to always remind Ugandans that our Republic was laid on a strong foundation of tribes. Remember a society without culture, can never stand for a tes

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DP vice president Fred Mukasa Mbidde  has felt the pinches of disgust directed towards him by Ugandans from all angles.He has been forced to turn to the defensive and ironically like Janet Museveni says; "I don''t know why people hate me"
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