President Yoweri Museveni has always been the best President the country has ever seen. He has been doing a great work when it comes to developing the country and ensuring safety for his people but in recent days, there have been plenty of complains coming from Ugandans especially when it comes to the lockdown due to Covid-19.
Since President Yoweri Museveni imposed the lockdown, many people have been complaining of hunger. They have been claiming that they are suffering and as we are speaking, sadness and dejection have rocked the Nation after Museveni's government confirmed that the public will have to fund Covid-19 vaccines.
As reported by the Daily Monitor, President Yoweri Museveni's government has now asked the vulnerable tax payers to fund the vaccines while on contrary, the same same government is giving MPs Shs 200 million each for vehicles.
That is one of the biggest injustices by President Yoweri Museveni's government to the people. With the lockdown imposed on the people, it will be difficult for them to raise the money to fund the Covid-19 vaccines. It would be better if the government would stop giving MPs money and instead channel the same same money to fund vaccines.
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