President Yoweri Museveni is one of the most experienced Presidents not only in Africa but also in the entire universe. He has been doing great things for his country since taking over as the Head of State and he is still working hard to ensure that he leaves the country in a better state.
Although President Yoweri Museveni has been doing well, things have not been good enough since the outbreak of the corona virus disease in the country. There have been outcries from different people and today, tension and panic have hit the nation after Kifefe Kizza-Besigye dropped a worrying statement on what awaits the nation in 90 days.
Through his official twitter account, Kifefe Kizza-Besigye confirmed a letter indicating that Uganda doctors have given a 90 day notice to lay their tools down. Without the doctors at this time of the pandemic, things will probably be worse in the country as people will end up dying.
"Uganda Doctors have reached a breaking point. They give 90-day notice to lay their tools down! The Doctors’ demands are very conservative; they won’t solve the huge crisis of Uganda’s healthcare system. A more fundamental RESET of our country’s priorities & systems is needed." Tweeted Kifefe Kizza-Besigye.
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