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I Joined Politics Accidentally – Hon Salaamu Musumba

Hon. Salaamu Musumba, the Vice Chairperson of Forum for Democratic Change (FDC), has revealed that she landed into politics accidentally.

Musumba while appearing on NBS TV’s Face-off said that she was working with Uganda Red Cross Society. This was at the end of the 1986 Bush war. And there was a lot of social building to be done both in Luweero and Koboko.

She, therefore, made up her mind to join politics while in a refugee camp in Koboko.

“I landed in politics accidentally. I was working for @UgandaRedCross when we came out of the war in 1986. There was a lot of social building in Luweero and Koboko. I made up my mind to join politics when I was in Koboko in a refugee camp.”

Musumba says that she has no regrets joining the profession. This is because she got the chance to address issues that positively contribute to the nation.

“I am glad I joined politics because I got the space and platform to discuss issues that should stabilize the nation.”

Talking about her party, the FDC, Salaamu Musumba said that it is a viable political vehicle because the engine is working. She added that the chassis is on, and the tyres are moving. What is not available is the political space within which the vehicle can fully operate.

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