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RESPECT FOR DIVERGENT VIEWS FOR CORPORATE DEBATE
The bazzukulu ba Nambi have a proverb that ” lwoyagaliza mukka kitawo lutta Nyoko”
literally meaning what the bad luck you wish your step mum can end up killing your mother.
whatever u don’t want to happen to u, you shouldn’t wish it to your fellow countrymen.
Mr Museveni has done derservice to this nation and as we talk since he fused the state with the Government, many don’t know the duties of the Fountain of Honour, sometimes u see him officiating opening of water taps, birthday parties, chief mourner, opening of small gardens and fail to do his cardinal duty as prescribed in the Constitution of the Republic of Uganda.
People are nolonger interested in his speech coz it lost trust and meaning, he has never brought balance sheet in SONA to see what he promised to do, what he has done, what is finished and what is left.
It’s like the kids at home when the father fails to carry out his cardinal duties, the kids may end up not knowing the duties of Dad, he serves meat, washes utensils, clean the house, bathe kids, cooks, pays fees, while his wife is also helping, kids are left in tatters.
the family end up without recognising the head of the family and at the end every kid feels he can do what Dad does.
In Uganda people have resorted to all avenues which cause degeneration of moral values, words of hate, blackmail or wish others death because they don’t look at things from the same page.
The Democratic principles to belong to any thinking and becomes our duty to persuade, convince, educate, senstise and wow them to the side which we feel is the best to take the country forward without scuffle or hindrances through intimidation and blackmail.
Let’s accord respect to each other if we also feel to be respected at the end, we design mechanism for corporate debate , political maturity such that we are looked as alternative to the existing regime not worse than the oppressor.
Uganda belongs to us all
I stand to be corrected
For God and my country
Nkonge Sultan Ahmedie