Colonialists, whether deliberately or not, merged different political/cultural systems into an entity called Uganda . This inevitably enhanced those vast differences that were present. With this in mind, I do not think that any Ugandan should be blamed for something that was forced on us.
As a result, it is very difficult for any Ugandan who, for example, firmly believes in kingdoms to convince a Ugandan who does not that having kings is the best way forward. Equally, the reverse is also very true.
As we are all in a situation that is not of our making, we can at least try hard not to be insular in our thinking. Instead, we must try hard to understand and respect the differences that exist between us and then try to find some common ground that can propel us peacefully into the future.
Nobody brought (or can bring) unity and be generally regarded as a true nationalist by simply imposing whatever they want on others.