Ugandan president Museveni is always considered among the current African dictators who is a great symbol of national unity for his people.Evidently,Museveni always commands as he delivers,which makes it difficult for some of his great opponents to take over power from him.
In connection to this,Museveni has received hails of praises after encouraging everyone most particularly leaders to abandon all forms of chauvinism as it will make the world to be greater and prosperous.
"All the past mistakes and present ones;imperialism,slave trade,colonialism,neo-colonialism,ongoing sectarian conflicts in many parts of the world,all in one way or another,spring from pseudo-ideology.Abandon all forms of chauvinism and the world will be safer for everyone." He tweeted.
However,some of the Ugandan citizens feel like he hasn't done what he is advocating for as a they kick the ball back to him claiming that he should put on the actions on what he has started.See some of the comments below.
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