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The president called upon to clarify on lockdown timespan

As he preached, Pr. Bujingo said that the president left Ugandans in suspense, as he didn’t specify when this phase of the lockdown would elapse.

Many Ugandans had lots of expectations before the Monday president’s speech, as many hoped to see the president declare further easing of the lockdown. However, many were disappointed after the president closed the speech without reopening the city arcades, worship centers, solons, airports and so forth.

While, preaching during the Tuesday lunch hour service via salt media platforms, Pr. Bujjingo said that it is most likely that there are individuals or groups misleading the president with a purpose of killing the president’s popular vote. On top of that he did not specify how long this phase of the lockdown would last.

The Pastor therefore, appealed to the president to return and at least clarify to the nation when is this phase of the lockdown ending.

Although the media has provided an avenue for believers to attend prayers and so forth, the president should consider the state Ugandans who dying of hunger with their children at home simply because they cannot work.

He said this referring to a number of Ugandans whose businesses are still closed such as arcade traders, hairdressers, salon workers, teachers etc.

According to pastor Aloysius Bujingo, the scientist that president Museveni trusts so much are most likely misleading the president on certain matters, which in turn will see the president become unpopular among Ugandans. 

As he preached, Pr. Bujingo said that the president left Ugandans in suspense, as he didn’t specify when this phase of the lockdown would elapse. Because many Ugandans were eager to know when their business and the only source of income would reopen or for how long do they have to wait before they can resume their breadwinner jobs.

Meanwhile, most of the things the president reaffirmed would continue to be locked being violated such as the 7 pm curfew, boda-boda cyclists, salons, arcade traders have turned cars into shops and Kampala city is filled with people every other day.

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