Many public officials have come out to give their views about the scenario, President Museveni inclusive. These included Budadiri West MP Hon Nandala Mafabi who said that the country needs divine intervention from above.
While appearing on the NBS Frontline program, Mafabi said that if a General cannot walk freely in his own country, no one is safe. Mafabi added that Katumba might have escaped the assassination but he’s partially dead because he lost his daughter.
“If a General can’t survive on his own. We should only ask God for protection. Katumba has partially died because he has lost his daughter.” Nandala Mafabi said.
He further questioned where the money allocated for street cameras had gone. This is after the government had promised every road regardless of it’s size would have a CCTV installed on it.
“We were told every panya will have a camera. What happened? We spent $130 million. The cameras should work.” Nandala Mafabi asked.
Mafabi further questioned the President’s take on these heartless killings. He questioned what the President still has to offer the country and why he has failed to arrest the “pigs”. Mafabi also questioned the President’s security that he always lavishes on why it’s failing him now when needed the most.
“We would love to see Mzee Museveni talking about what he wants to do for this country and what has he achieved? Why has he failed to arrest the pigs?” Nandala Mafabi further questioned.
He was joined in the studio by fellow opposition MP Medard Lubega Ssegona. In attendance was also NRM spokesperson Ofwono Opondo and MP Margaret Muhanga.
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