Uganda President Yoweri Museveni is one of the most loved, adored and trusted presidents in the entire world. That can well be illustrated through the general elections that he has been winning ever since he took over power. The people have always showed their support for him and if he continues doing the good work that he is doing, then he may end up ruling forever.
In this tough period of the corona virus pandemic, President Yoweri Museveni has been trying his level best to protect his people. He procured vaccines for his people but he had to take also tough measures like imposing a lockdown to ensure total safety for his people.
As we are speaking, Covid-19 fears in Uganda have escalated thus raising tension in the country. The lockdown has been a point of discussions and debates among some people and now President Yoweri Museveni and his government have been blamed for poor planing that may end up killing Ugandans.
"Hunger is going to kill people faster than COVID-19. As it is, we are telling Ugandans to choose what will kill them, whether poverty, hunger or COVID-19, all because of the zig-zag kind of planning." Said Sarah as reported by the NTV Uganda.
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