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“We hope that African nations including Uganda will find occasion to learn from the exercise and deploy the best practices other than stuffing ballots and ‘teargasing’ opposition leaders,” Bwanika told journalists in Kampala on Thursday.
He said that Africa has great expectations especially in regard to policies that will remove dictators and corrupt leaders from power, promote good governance and democracy on the African continent.
Bwanika said America should not be seen to pamper African dictators who are spending a lot of years in power, living luxurious lives while their people are living in deplorable conditions.
“We hope president Obama will be determined enough to deal head on with the African question and should not entertain abusive African leaders on their soil for all this is against democracy.