Kasumba says Ugandans live very lavish lives and yet they don’t have much. The rate at which people drive in places that are close to each other irritates in his perspective.
“Ugandans drive from the Post Office to Parliamentary Avenue. From MUK to go eat in Wandegwya. Why do you drive from Naguru to Lugogo? That Kajanja is what fuel price will sort.”
He says Ugandans have failed to learn from the rich much as they want to be rich.
“I know rich Indians who cycle or ride to big businesses. A very rich Syrian came riding a Boda Boda to a place where I had some work he had to do for me. I had to question why I drive given his income and mine. Another huge Turkish investor I know also rides a boda boda. You just need to know the value of his business in Kampala. This kajanja is going to find its place soon.”
Most Ugandans on social media agreed with him saying certain people will have to learn by force.
“I like this argument. You are right. Most of these so called office guys who come driving their porch would save the country and the poor man from rapid inflation of fuel price. Cos I know for sure the steadily increasing demand for fuel is responded to by price increase,” a one Joel Rwothomio said.
The fuel prices have continuously gone high for the last three months. Currently, the fuel Price is over 5800, which has made many Ugandans wonder whether they will the ongoing economic situation.
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