Archive for January, 2016

Africa’s problems lie not in the challenges unresolved, but in the leadership that has failed to find solutions to the challenges that have bedevilled the continent for many centuries. Although many years have gone by, African leaders (Rulers) seem to find comfort in the excuse that western occupation and colonisation was the reason for their failure to match other continents in governance, economic growth, education innovation and technology.

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Dr. Kizza Besigye’s opening remarks drew attention and even if he was put on the spot for changing his mind to attend the debate, he called in for his right a right to change his mind.  Trust Dr. Kizza Besigye he threw the ball at Justice Ogoola who was in the audience, i actually disappointed that Mr. Museveni is not here. Unlike me, Mr. Museveni is our servant who we pay, he has an obligation to be here. He went on to make his case clear and to define what the debate should have been about. In this election where there is an incumbent seeking for the same office, it is prudent to have accountability on the forefront.

Dr. Besigye came with a message on Liberation and Transformation. He made his case on how the Citizens of Uganda need to take back their power and determine a leader of their choice.

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