This time my campaign is non –partisan, it’s sole aim is to bring a better government by removing the tyrant Museveni and make Uganda a better place for all Ugandans to live in, we must make sure that we fight and remove whoever who was been implicated to have dipped his or her hand in taxpayers’ money, we must all get involved, retreat and win the war against corruption and bad governance, The only way to change the dictators regime is to come out in big numbers and push for the change. If we are United we can make a big difference, for God and my country, one Uganda one people
I call upon all Ugandan to come out, join and show your solidarity, we must all join those heroes like Dr.Besigye and MPs who have come out to save our country from collapsing, we must show our solidarity with the increasing number of people who have joined the ranks of hundreds of thousand of poor Ugandans that cannot afford to feed their families everyday. According to Red pepper 3 Dec 2011 and 8 january 2012 “ Forum for Democratic Change [FDC] and Kampala City Traders Association (KACITA)have finalized plans for massive demonstrations in the city that will involve over two million people, the match has been baptized the January Revolution” . I therefore call upon all Ugandans to join the mass demonstration,starting on 10 january and “ January Revolution” on January 15, we have to show our unite and push the resignation of president Museveni,
As Ugandans, it’s our civic duty to demand our rights and civil liberties .As our constitution stipulates, the people of Uganda shall be governed through their will and consent .Ugandans need to know that dictators can not grant freedom, human rights on a silver plate without being coerced
Uganda belongs to all of us, we cannot just look on while our country is being scrapped and looted by greedy leaders who think about their pockets and families, we have to campaign against corruption and mismanagement of our resources and funds in the country. We must not capitulate in our renewed war against corruption and bad governance. We have to put our pressure on President Museveni to kick out all ministers implicated in corruption scandals and also force him to leave power.
President Museveni must be held accountable for the poor standard of living, mismanagement of our country resources, corruption, bad governance, killings and harassment of opposition members, President Museveni has proved that he cannot take our country forward so we don’t expect more from him. We have to join our hands to remove him and end corruption in Uganda.
2011 was a soaring year for Ugandans, people can longer afford the soaring prices of fuel for their cars , Increasing numbers of Ugandan cannot afford even one meal a day due to more than 40% increase in food prices, highly increasing inflation, the rising cost of fuel, high transport cost, unemployment, poor healthcare, energy deficiencies, corruption and unaffordable food, commodities add to a growing frustration over poor social service delivery , lack of fiscal discipline by the government and general politics of the country.
Some of the businesses are collapsing due to high interest being charged by the banks due to irresponsible spending by the central bank on Museveni’s presidential campaign. Now millions of Ugandans are suffering because of one man Museveni. While Ugandans are suffering most of top government ministers and officials including president Museveni are busy grabbing whatever they could come across ,keeping sucks of money and are adamant