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“We have witnessed people fully guarded by security personnel and with vehicles also guarded removing metals on railway lines in rural areas. These metals are later taken to Jinja factories, are melted and then used to make nails,” he said.
“As PDP, we demand the government to explain to the country if the railway lines were sold off and if sold to who? Why has the government decided to keep quiet about it? The nation paid dearly for them to be constructed and the end of the day will be asked to pay more,” added Bwanika.
Bwanika is demanding the government to investigate the people behind those actions and also the factories which are participating in such shocking acts. “It is the role of government to protect the infrastructure of this country.”
As President Museveni prepares to address the country on the state of nation this afternoon at Serena Hotel in Kampala, Bwanika said he talk about the government’s strategy on handling and preventing the rampant deaths of Ugandan businessmen in Juba, South Sudan.
“Museveni should set up a special committee and begin to dialogue between government and government,” he said.
He added: “Museveni should also put up a business venture fund to provide people with funds to venture into businesses in other countries and in return this will benefit the country too.”
He also said Museveni should establish a department in charge of Ugandans in the Diaspora. “Ugandans working in the Diaspora make a huge contribution close to a billion dollars every year to this county,” he said.