This report showed that there are high levels of unequal and unfair jobs distribution in the CEO positions in the country.
According to the report, the western region takes a lion’s share with 47% of the available positions in the civil service. The northern region follows at a distant 20%, the central region is at 18% while the eastern region takes 15%.
According to Bobi Wine, when he recently pointed out the regime’s shortfalls in terms of tribe, he was branded a tribalist.
Besides, the regime even plotted to charge him with promoting sectarianism. But fortunately and bravely, the Equal Opportunities Commission pointed out these inequalities.
Additionally, the former MP said that the regime and its apologists should now take time and reflect on the Uganda needed by everyone.
“When I spoke about injustice and inequalities in our society, the regime branded me a tribalist. They even plotted to charge me with promoting sectarianism! Now the Equal Opportunities Commission, to their credit and at great risk, boldly brought out the glaring inequalities! Hopefully, the regime and its apologists can now take time to reflect on the Uganda we deserve,” he said.
The former presidential candidate also said that the mission of NUP is to build a country at peace with itself and its neighbors. The party also wants a country centered on fairness, meritocracy and equity.
It’s the only way to guarantee prosperity for Ugandans and generations to come according to Bobi Wine.
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