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M7 Warns Work To Work Protestors

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“I am sending good wishes to all our children. I will send a success card this week. Nobody should deceive himself that he will disrupt the exams. He will disrupt himself,” Museveni said during a press conference in Kampala.

The opposition are hell bent on walking to work, a political activity that has of recent spelt doom for businessmen in Kampala and cost dozens of lives.

The walk to work demonstration was called Friday by A4C to renounce government’s failure to tackle the rising cost of living.

Museveni said the economic problems Uganda is facing were caused by opposition leaders who sabotage government projects.

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