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The former army commander made the daunting remarks on Tuesday while discussing a paper on “The roles of State institutions in a democracy” at Makerere University.
He noted that most Ugandans’ minds are currently locked up in a confinement of traditional systems of politics that a long serving leader like President Yoweri Museveni must be unquestionable and indispensable.
“Not even our colonial masters were able to modify the thoughts of our forefathers about what people must expect of their chosen leaders. The old traditional chiefdom and kingdom system of politics is still embedded in us and as long that that trend is not reversed; all efforts to create that fundamental change in this country will be futile,” he said.
General Muntu decried the lack of internally generated vigor within Ugandans especially the youths and elite not only to speak but also act accordingly, against the ever rising rates of impunity, corruption and the general malfunction of government institutions.
While speaking at the same occasion, outspoken political scientist, Dr. Yasin Olum humorously noted that Ugandans only had to pray to God for the demise of President Museveni as was the case with Idi Amin.