He says they should be careful not to breed hatred among the people.
“As a leader, you should know that people believe in you. It would help if you were mindful of what you say. We have a new wave of leaders who don’t respect our respected institutions, religious and cultural. These leaders think they are above these institutions.”
Political analyst, Charles Rwomushana however, said politicians and leaders are two different people. According to him, you can’t address them the same way.
“A politician isn’t a leader. A politician goes with what’s happening and what people want, and if it’s hate, the politician follows that. A leader, on the other hand, cautions the people that they are taking the wrong direction.”
Rwomushana added though that even the society is frustrated and this hatred in them is not just from the politicians.
“Some people hate themselves and don’t know who has caused this. They will hate anyone you tell them is the cause. The most causes of hate now are land issues and the sudden deaths of individuals. People have been forced off their land and lost their loved ones in land disputes. What they have isn’t just hate; it’s hard hate.”
This is probably one of the reasons why the computer Misuse Law was put in place. Much as it has faced a lot of backlash from the opposition, it is on and functioning.
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