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Government Is Not Going To Look After Your Life – Samson Kasumba

NBS TV news anchor, Samson Kasumba, has told people not to expect the government to look after their lives.

Kasumba says when you are on a government whose leaders drive on the wrong side, nothing much should be expected of them. He says he personally knows this and this is why he doesn’t have the time to rant.

“I take my kids to private schools and they often go to private medical care even when they were born in Mulago. I pay taxes, yes. When you live in a country where those in charge drive on the wrong side, DO NOT get to a Level Crossing and expect the govt to look after your life.”

A number of people agreed with him on this saying those who are waiting for the government to take care of them are doomed.

“That’s the bitter truth, your life is your life. Wait for the gov’t on issues to do with your life and see. That’s why we have hungry and angry citizens. Citizens pay taxes that do not address their plight. Imagine milking a cow with out feeding it, that’s the real pain,” Posiano Musiime.

The public seems to have completely lost confidence in the government. For so long there have been a lot of out crys that have not been responded to as of yet.

This is why we have been witnessing a lot strikes from different groups of people trying to voice their issues. Unfortunately, all this pressure has not worked because it doesn’t look like the government is going to respond.

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