Lutaaya says government’s slow reaction has showed that they are not as affected as the people. According to him, the people speaking on behalf of the government completely detached from reality.
“The fuel crisis has exposed the gap between the government of Uganda and citizens of Uganda. The way people in government have been speaking about this crisis shows they are completely detached from reality,” Muyanga says.
Muyanga said this while on the NBS morning breeze with other veteran journalists. They were analyzing the fuel crisis and what could have brought it to it’s current state.
Gawaya Tegulle, another veteran journalist says someone was benefiting from the testing of truck drivers. No wonder there is a fuel crisis in his perspective.
“This speaks to policy analysis. It’s not too late for Parliament to reconvene and discuss this situation. Somebody was benefiting from the testing of truck drivers, and that’s where the problem was. I wish we had a powerful Parliament that has this nation at heart and would call the president to order.”
Meanwhile, PM Nabbanja yesterday advised Ugandans to boycott fuel stations that are selling beyond shs 5000.
The question is, how long can this go on because either way people have to move and if they have to use those stations, they surely will.
- PM Nabbanja Advises Ugandans To Boycott Fuel Stations That Are Hiking Prices
- Simon Muyanga Lutaaya; I Have No Problem With MPs Receiving Their Money
- Fuel Crisis Is Being Created Deliberately; Mubarak Munyagwa
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