By Jumah Kakomo.
Women under their umbrella body “Women for Uganda” demand for national dialogue as an intervention to fight against brutality across the country.
They revealed the strategy at All Saints Cathedral Kampala, in special prayer held on 05/11/2018, under the theme “A nation that honors God by caring for its citizens” seeking for God’s mercy for good governance and peaceful transition of power in the country.
These led by Rev Dr Beatrice Nalubega Kasule say brutality is persistently increasing in the country leaving many Ugandans dead, imprisoned, harassed among others mainly due to political and economic affiliated issues, “to restore our lost glory of stability and peace, an sustainable intervention to fight against criminality specifically Killing each other must be embarrassed implemented such as conduction of national dialogue to get various ideas from the public especially key political players, Beatrice said”.
Among the people who have been given terrible tragedy to Ugandans over their killings are Former police publicist the late Andrew Felix Kaweesi, former DPC Buyende district, the late Muhamad Kirumira, former Arua municipality legislator Ibrahim Abiriga, UPDF officer late Muhammad Kigundu, former Kibuli faction spokesperson the late Sheikh Ibrahim Kiiry, late Abdul Karim Ssentamu among others.
Meanwhile Harriet Ssebuufu, vice chairperson laity Kampala arch diocese says since they conducted national prayers last month at “foundation for human rights initiative(FHRI) headquarters Nsambya Kampala, brutality rate has at least slightly decreased, and they will continue with such special prayers till stability is regained, “as Women of Uganda, we should also stand firm, be united and faithful as we pray the almighty God to reveal His blessings and Mercy to our country Uganda, Harriet added”.