Hon. Jackson Mbaju Kathika, the former Member of Parliament for Busongora County South, has recently spoken out about the need for strategic and lawful plans to bring an end to the NRM regime.
Addressing a group of over 100 defectors, mainly from the FDC and NRM parties, at the Kyapa Catholic Church in Kyapa village, Nyakabingo subcounty in Kasese district over the weekend, Hon. Kathika expressed concern about President Museveni’s four decades of leadership, which he feels have been too long.
In his speech, Hon. Kathika also questioned whether the current regime has the leadership necessary to address critical issues facing the community, such as hunger and the need to find markets for locally produced goods. He urged those in attendance to consider the importance of finding ways to bring about change and to work towards creating a better future for all Ugandans.
During the event, some of the defectors, including Ms. Christine Masika, pledged to mobilize others in their communities against the NRM regime. Their commitment to this cause highlights the growing discontentment among Ugandans with the current state of affairs in the country.
Mr. Ngangasi Remegio, a supporter of the NUP party, also called for a united front of opposition parties to work together in order to bring an end to the current regime. He emphasized the need for strategic planning and cooperation among the opposition parties if they were to successfully challenge the NRM and bring about meaningful change.
Overall, the speeches given by Hon. Jackson Mbaju Kathika and Mr. Ngangasi Remegio demonstrate the growing sense of urgency among Ugandans to see meaningful change and progress in their country.
It is clear that many people are ready and willing to work together to create a better future for all Ugandans, and the need for strategic planning and cooperation among opposition parties cannot be overstated.
As the country moves forward, it is essential that leaders and citizens alike work together to create a brighter, more prosperous future for all Ugandans.