He called this the National Economic Empowerment. This is the platform that they will use to teach people to focus on ideologies rather than personalities.
“I know that our politics has been guided so much by personalities and we want to move away from personalities to ideology. That is our purpose. We sat as a group and we selected one thing that is urgent in this country and this is the idea of economic empowerment,” he said.
He says every region in Uganda has with numerous resources which can economically empower.
However, due to ignorance, the population has continued to suffer with poverty. Kabuleta says much as they might not be able to change politics, they van change the conversation.
“Why do some people believe that they have a divine right to own almost every wealth in this country while the rest of Ugandans are squatters in our own country? We might not be able to change politics unless we start changing the conversation,” he said.
Even during the campaigns, Kabuleta was so much into financial independence. For him, it’s the main thing the country should be focusing on.
His manifesto was mainly focusing on making Ugandans able to stand on their own financially. Some people though, saw him as a day dreamer. However, now that he has a platform, he can probably prove himself right.
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