Sometime back I did a survey in Luwero. I moved on bicycles and foot from Nakaseke to Kiwoko. I went inside villages and visited relatives and friends. Some 17 years after the war, people were in total fear. All the people I met never wanted to hear anything about NRM – that is in Luwero.
They lost a lot of people. And they know, had it not been for NRM their loved ones would be alive today. One elder man lost all children. As he saw me arriving the first thing he told me was that all my children are “lying their” dead. I told him I wanted to come back to the village – as the rest of villagers told me – was that it was dangerous and meaningless – they thought the war was still going on!!
This is exactly what is happening in Atiak to Gulu. In West Nile people are very guarded since they fear any retribution as a result of Amins era.
a similar survey in Masaka established that their misery on squabbling by the Democratic Party who actually held power. If you ask any person in Kampala Markets who has held these people back – they will tell exactly who by name.
Political parties in the opposition do merely not understand the issues and political topology. Do you here any politician seriously talking about corruption, murder of children, theft, and poverty NO why because they earn from the chaos.
The only solution is for the people to turn their loyalty to their local traditional leaders and culture to save us from Political Corruption by politicians. Culture will always be in contradiction with political ideologism.
What is the chronological history of elected members of parliament in Luwero (Bulemezi), Kyadondo, Acoli (entire), West Nile and Masaka? So what are the political party issues really? and why aretalkng about NRM
In Luwero, I know of Victoria Mwaka, Kisamba Mugerwa, Kiddu makubuya, Rose Namayanja, Abraham Byandala, Kisiki etc all NRM
Who are the MPs in Acoli land Reagan Okumu, Mao, Latigo, odongo otto, Ocenge Penytoo
Who are the MP in Masaka, John Kawanga, Lule Mawayi, Ssekandi, Mugerwa Sauda, Balintuma Nsambu Maurice Kagimu
So I am asking you how come that we still have the same party in power?
Bwanika Nakyesawa Luwero