Uganda Today: Where is the common sense Museveni was talking about recently? The regime claims to be cash-strapped. Citizens are dying of hunger in different parts of the country. The regime can barely offer any meaningful services to the people. And what do they do?
Spend billions to purchase luxury cars for former Speakers of Parliament, some of whom still hold well-paying government jobs where they already have vehicles and convoys following them around! Each week, we wake up to a new scandal, new heist. The criminals in power continue to ask the citizens:
“What can you do?” And yes, the citizens of this country must rise up at the earliest opportunity and put an end to this madness. – Kyagulanyi states in a scathing tirade directed to the president.
Yoweri Museveni has been the President of Uganda since 1986. Museveni’s government has faced criticism on various fronts, including concerns about financial management and government spending.
Critics of the Museveni government have raised issues related to corruption, mismanagement of public funds, and lack of transparency. There have been allegations of extravagant spending on government projects and programs, with some accusing the administration of being spendthrift. Additionally, concerns have been raised about the government’s handling of foreign aid and loans, with claims of inadequate accountability and oversight.
It’s important to note that opinions on the government’s financial practices can vary, and different perspectives exist on the overall economic management of Uganda under Museveni’s leadership.