By Frank Kamuntu
Kampala: A straight forward and rational Pan-Africanist dubbed Chairman and founding Speaker Pan-African Pyramid Andrew Irumba Katusabe, with only few days to the polls has decided to offer some mental help to already staggering opposition, that’s ‘working’ night and day to dislodge a three decade old regime led by President Museveni.
In his hard-talk Irumba argues that opposition first needs to learn to work together by burying differences and front one candidate if they really mean to be leaders rather than just attracting followers thinking that’s the support they deserve.
The proud Mutooro from Masika Bunyangabu, who ‘speaks what others fear’ believes that currently to ask Ugandans to chose between the ruling Government and the Opposition is like asking them to chose what should devour them between a lion and a crocodile! He actually says the signs so far show that the opposition could be more brutal than the current regime if given power.
Read Irumba’s Opinion Below;
“I SPEAK WHAT OTHERS FEAR!
Just 10 days to elections, it’s clear that not even common problems have knocked hard on the opposition doors loud enough to realize that at this material time, they needed to have sat together and chosen one candidate that clearly the public has anointed among them.
They preach country first, One People-One Uganda etcetera. But it’s clear that they take their parties and self dreams as priority, as opposed to first secure the country together and then sit down and work together. The opposition should not be having 10 candidates to this date if their dream is country first. Fortune enough, common problems have to abigger extent brought the lay people together, it’s those supposed to lead that are instead divided and thus divide the people. Kizza-Besigye Wrn put it clearer today on NBS, that with in opposition there’s opposition who are fighting each other than working together for a common goal.
So, one wonders, who is that enemy we must face first?
The opposition triple in all acts they accuse of the seating Government. The difference is that they’re OPPOSITION. If they loved their country more than others they would show it by first working together for a common good, not selfish interests. That’s why I belong no where.
If you ask me to choose what to die of between a crocodile and a Lion, any of the two may find me still engrailed in deep thoughts, having failed to chose and still devour me,” Irumba posted on his Facebook.