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I Feel Pity For President Museveni And What He’s Turned Into – Betty Nambooze

Mukono Municipality MP Hon Betty Bakireke Nambooze, has revealed that she feels pity for President Museveni and what he’s turned into.

According to her, Museveni’s regime came with good intentions. However, over time, they deserted the values of why they came to power.

She said that these deviated because just like any other person, one can always fail to fulfill their intended program. She however added that a good leader isn’t judged by how long they have been in power but by their contribution.

The MP went ahead to give a highlight of the past governments. She pointed out how these collapsed over time. The Museveni government is no exception but the question is whether it won’t fall on Ugandans.

She added that this regime is shameless. This is because if Uganda had a land title, the regime would have used it to acquire a loan already.

“Governments fall. The issue is, won’t this government fall on us? Obote seized power from Mutesa. Binaisa was President, and we had Amin but all those generations are now long gone. The people leading us came into power meaning well. I will give that to them. Some days I wake up in the morning with things to do but I end up not doing all. I feel sorry for President Museveni for what he changed into over time. A good leader isn’t about the years they spend in power but the contribution they make to a nation,” said Nambooze while debating on the NBS Barometer.

The Opposition has for long been debating the downfall of the Museveni government. What’s surprising is that these politicians always prophesy the inevitable- Museveni’s exit from power. This is very obvious such as saying that water cures thirst.

Ugandans are still demanding for a clear pathway that the opposition is yet to provide.

Meanwhile, the Museveni regime seems to be using the confusing tactics of having Muhoozi succeed his father. The First son has already embarked on a political campaign.

This is despite him being still an active army officer. His camp dubbed the MK Army has been throwing bombs on how Muhoozi will be on the ballot come 2026. Despite his father knowing and reading all this, he’s never restrained him.

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