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Presidential Address; Public Expects Nothing From Museveni’s Address To The Nation

Members of the public have said they expect nothing from the presidential address today. The president today is expected to address the nation on a number of issues in the country.

The country is in an economic crisis that has affected especially the less privileged.

Currently, the price of fuel is above 6000 at most petrol stations which has forced many Ugandans to park their cars. The last time the president addressed the nation about the ongoing economic crisis, he told Ugandans to tighten their belts because the government was going to do nothing about it.

Most people had suggested that government should waive off taxes for some time. However, the president said, this can’t happen because it will put the country in a much worse situation.

For this reason, the public has predicted that nothing is going to come out of the president’s speech.

“And tomorrow the prices of goods and services will keep soaring, salaries will still be low. Poverty will be on the rise, so his talk may not change the status quo,” a one Yoweri Amayo.

“Wacha wewe…… He has been talking a lotta nothing for the last 36yrs. There’s nothing new gonna speak. His success in failure is no longer defendable,” a one Edward Mayega.

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