By Ronaldo Kalangi
Kampala: The Deputy Speaker of Parliament Jacob Oulanyah urged all Ugandans to cherish the peaceful environment that the country is experiencing now.
He says Ugandans should not be misguided towards the destabilization of the peace that the country is experiencing at present day, adding that Uganda oughtn’t return to the insecurity of the past. Oulanyah was speaking to Christians who had gathered for Sabbath prayers at SDA Church Najjanankumbi and to fundraise for the construction of a new multibillion Church facility, for which he contributed Shs5m .He noted that the country has made great strides with commendable notice to the forefathers who fought to secure the stability of the nation, saying that the youth ought to appreciate the future they have, which is better than the past that the country had. “If anybody should come and try to tell you to go back to the situation of 33 years ago where there were wars in this country, kindly tell them no, never again. Let us work to consolidate the peace and shape the future of the country,” Oulanyah says.
He made the remarks in commemoration of the 33rd anniversary of the National Resistance Army (NRA) liberation struggle that saw the current National Resistance Movement (NRM) Government take power with president Yoweri Museveni as Commander in Chief.