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Why Do You Keep Blaming President Museveni For Corruption In Uganda? Rosemary Sseninde

Rosemary Sseninde, the NRM director for mobilization and cadre development, has said people should stop blaming Museveni for the corruption in the country.

She says people nurture corruption in their own homes by the way they bring up children and also run businesses at home.

“Why do you keep blaming President Museveni for corruption in the country yet you nurture it at your own homes? Why would you give your child shs200 so that he or she can be able to wash utensils? Isn’t that corruption? Many of these vices start from our homes and communities because of the poor upbringing of our children and we instead blame leaders,” Sseninde said.

She blamed the opposition who apparently hold campaigns to deliberately tarnish the ruling government’s image. According to her they always do this for their own selfish benefit.

“As the ruling government, we are always criticized by the opposition for their own selfish benefits. They have been misleading the public to shun government programs but that is wrong. Whether you are in NRM, FDC, or NUP, take part in government programs because President Museveni’s government wants to see everyone out of poverty, be it opposition or NRM supporters. Poverty doesn’t segregate NRM, FDC or NU.”

On this note, she urged the public to take part in government programs because they are made for them.

“Some people tell you not to participate in government programs because it gives credit to NRM government. That is wrong. If government programs come your way, receive them with both hands. They are meant to benefit you. Don’t be misled by opposition politicians.”

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