By: Ronad Angarukamu
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It’s no doubt that the Social, more about http://cheapjuicer.xyz/wp-admin/includes/plugin.php political and Economic structures in Uganda have greatly developed since then. And here we’re. I mean the 31 years of NRM’s leadership.
The young generation now appears to be in arms with this now old – older generation over succession and authority over control.
Statements like; this is our country, my country, let them go; as everyone does what at best to control or get to the government resource envelope.
But amidst all this, why should the young generation think they own Uganda more than the old? Why should generations think they’re more Ugandan than others? This is wrong and an ill ideology.
For both of us, this is the only country that we have.
Let no one, either younger or older than you ever intimidate that s/he is more Ugandan than you and so has a much more take.
As we all gear up for the 31 years of NRM government’s celebrations, let’s all maintain with our shared vision. And we keep it in mind that.
“New systems establish themselves, not by wholesale rejection of the old, but by gradual, sequenced, piecemeal replacement of the old.-This ensures continuity and stability in systems.”