OTAFIRE TELLS GOVT TO IGNORE OPPOSITION LEADERS
BY OKOODI DEO
Justice and constitution affairs minister Major General Kahinda Otafire has said that the prevailing political divisions in the country shouldn’t make people harass each other.
Speaking to Christians at South Ankole diocese headquarters in Ntungamo district the minister said it’s high time that people who ideologically think different to be left alone as long as they can get comfort in their respective political parties.
He however asked the old people to tell the young generation benefiting from the prevailing peace about the bad turmoil this country has gone through in order for them to make right decisions.
Otafire said without peace, unity and hard working all what is being done by the regime will be rendered useless.
The diocesan bishop Nathan Ahimbisibwe faulted government for spending huge amount of money on sending people abroad to seek for medical treatment.
He called on leaders to stop the practice because it may not be sustainable saying they should rather use such money to establish a standard hospital in the country where a very Ugandan will be able to access good health services.