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Covid-19 Crisis Was More Of Crisis Than Current Economic Crisis To The President – Ssemujju Nganda

Hon. Ssemujju Nganda has said the Covid-19 crisis was more serious to the president than the ongoing inflation in the country. He says the number of meetings that were held during Covid have not been witnessed this time round.

“You have a President who cares when he wants to and sometimes he forgets that he has to care. During COVID times, he was addressing the nation every week because he felt it was a crisis, do you see him doing the same now?”

“When we had COVID-19, the president used to hold meetings ‘every single day’ but tell me the last time you heard a calling for an emergency cabinet to discuss the rising inflation?” he added.

Ssemujju says the president is waiting for fuel donations as vaccine donations. However, this only means the condition is only going to get worse.

“If the president is going to wait for fuel donations the same way he was waiting for vaccines as Kenya went to the market to buy, then I don’t know if there is going to be a solution.”

Some members have however said, the people that are supposed to prompt Museveni to make meetings are not bothered.

Apparently, Covid meetings were many because there was so much to gain. However, in this crisis, there is no financial gain.

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