By Ronald Kabuye
Opposition Forum for Democratic Change FDC says Ugandans and government should be more concerned about the many closing businesses in the country than crying for the relocation of United Nations Service base to Kenya.
Addressing a press conference at the party headquarters in najjankumbi a Kampala suburb, Hon. Ibrahim Ssemujju Nganda the party spokesperson exhibited dismay in the way the president takes pride in branding uganda as having it’s strength in violence instead of making it a stable country, suitable for investment.
Ssemujju based the above allegations on President Museveni’s letter to the UN secretary general Guterres in which he gave reasons like hosting over 1.4 million refugees and contributing the biggest number of troops to war ravaged countries like Somalia and South Sudan as the reason why the UN base should stay in the country.
It should be noted that over a period of time uganda’s economy has dropped from 6 to 4% with bigger airlines like British airways and super market closing business in the country.
In the same way FDC is concerned with the current wave of insecurity in the country like kidnaps for ransom, murder and robbery in the country.
Ssemujju said that the party working committee is sitting today to come up with a way forward for to the above, asserting that President Museveni is sleeping on the job thus he should retire