In a letter he posted on his social media, the former Baba TV political talk show host requested the President to hire him for the job.
According to him, the OPM is a critical stage of service delivery. It, therefore, can’t be left to fishermen to gamble around with it.
“I have today delivered my open application to @KagutaMuseveni expressing my interest to serve as Prime Minister of @GovUganda. The @OPMUganda is a critical stage of service delivery that we cannot leave to fishermen. Fellow country pray for me!” Simon Muyanga Lutaaya captioned his letter.
In his tweet, the journalist welcomed Museveni from his South African tour. This is where he signed several revenue-boosting bilateral agreements.
He then reported to the President how his government led by Nabbanja plundered the country into a mess. The journalist mentioned the iron sheets and goats meant for the Karamoja region that were never delivered.
Muyanga also pointed out that some of the Minsters used the iron sheets to build kraals for their animals.
He added that the numerous scandals emanating from the OPM show that it has become a hub of thuggery. This will apparently lead Uganda to lose its donor funds because of these corrupt officials.
He pointed out that most of these people appointed by the President are incompetent. This is because he does it basing on who is loyal to him and not meritocracy.
Therefore, with the lack of credentials, they resort to doing unbecoming things in the office. Besides, it’s like they are appointed to primarily steal and enrich themselves.
Muyanga pointed out Singapore which developed in the shortest period of time based on meritocracy. The Asian country also had pragmatism and honesty under Professor Lee Yuan Lew.
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