October 21, 2020
October 21, 2020

Salaama Residents Endorse Strategies To End M7’s 30 Year Rule


Hon. Allan Ssewanyana greeting residents of Salaama in Makidye west constituency

Residents of Salaama Parish in Makindye West, have committed to support all strategies put forward by leaders in the opposition, to cease leadership of President Yoweri Museveni and the ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM) at the helm of this country.

They were at Zanten gardens on Saturday, in the meeting organised by Democratic Party (DP) leaders in Salaama Parish, to devise means of improving upon their standards of living, as well as brainstorming on ways to have a better country.

They used this opportunity to express their dissatisfaction with the NRM regime which they described as being “out of touch with the common man”, accusing it of fostering the increased poverty, unemployment and poor health services in the country.

They further appreciated MP Ssewanyana for his resilience and continuity in the struggle, before committing to offer their support to him and the entire opposition, in their efforts to end President Museveni’s rule in the shortest possible time.

On his part, Allan Ssewanyana, applauded the residents for remaining focused to having a better Uganda and promised that he will never relent on the struggle for change in the country.

“I am proud you and your efforts to redeem our country from the hands of the selfish and self seeking individuals who have turned Uganda into their granary – they pick whatever they need at their own will, moreover at the expense of the masses who continue living in abject poverty. This is unacceptable,” he said.

He also called upon all forces of change in the country to remain united in their quest for change, saying, their enemy is the same and only a united force can defeat him.

The legislator also received a medal from Muhammad Kajubi, one of the residents in appreciation for his services as well as consistency in bettering the common person.

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