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The Roadmap to 2016 | Museveni Responds to Mbabazi’s Presidential Aspirations

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Posted June 15, 2015 by Ugandan Diaspora News Team in Inside Politics ~ 2,737 views

     

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Daily Monitor — Yes, the NRM is not that organised as it should be but Rt. Hon Mbabazi was our secretary general for more than 10 years and that is why I moved that we should amend the [party] constitution and we have a full time secretary general.

On the issue of monitoring the government system and reinvigorating it, that is the job of the prime minister; a position he occupied for some years. But even when he was the minister of security and later when he was the secretary general. Again, those are positions one could use to monitor what is going on and rectify mistakes.

Where we put capable people for instance in URA, the performance is excellent. I don’t think Rt Hon Mbabazi can say URA is tired. KCCA where we put Jenifer Musisi who was fought by so many people, you can see the impact the lady has had there.

Yes, there is tiredness, corruption, lack of commitment in executing programmes but that is because the people who are supposed to monitor don’t and I think the Rt.Hon Mbabazi will owe you some explanations in those fields.

Then I saw in the picture the Rt Hon Mbabazi speaking about some scholastic materials including mathematical sets and how he is going to distribute them to students.

Well, I made some calculations, I was informed that the mathematical set is at Shs3500 and I assumed that we may be able to give them to 4 million children from primary five to secondary schools. At the price of Shs3500 that would need Shs14 billion. The budget of the ministry of education is Shs2.3 trillion.

So, when the Rt Hon Mbabazi was supervising the whole government not just one sector, the ministry of education was receiving Shs2.3 trillion. I think Rt Hon Mbabazi owes you an explanation why he didn’t do it when he was Prime Minister and he is thinking of doing it now when he is in his new position.

Just to refresh your minds, as far as education is concerned, in 1986 we had 40,000 classrooms, we now have 149,591 classrooms.

These new schools which we have just finished building are 569 like this one I am showing you here.

Nevertheless, I am going to meet Rt Hon Mbabazi to talk about the reactionary methods that are being used like the seditious documents that are being circulated and the false stories being told.

Now regarding these false statements of his, they are easy to answer because if there is anybody who could be questioned about the weakness, Rt Hon Mbabazi is one of them. We could have achieved more. I always tell you the people I hold accountable and when we get good cadres, we get very good results.

I thought I should clarify on these issues as they come along. I thank you very much.

Yes, the NRM is not that organised as it should be but Rt. Hon Mbabazi was our secretary general for more than 10 years and that is why I moved that we should amend the [party] constitution and we have a full time secretary general.

On the issue of monitoring the government system and reinvigorating it, that is the job of the prime minister; a position he occupied for some years. But even when he was the minister of security and later when he was the secretary general. Again, those are positions one could use to monitor what is going on and rectify mistakes.

Where we put capable people for instance in URA, the performance is excellent. I don’t think Rt Hon Mbabazi can say URA is tired. KCCA where we put Jenifer Musisi who was fought by so many people, you can see the impact the lady has had there.

Yes, there is tiredness, corruption, lack of commitment in executing programmes but that is because the people who are supposed to monitor don’t and I think the Rt.Hon Mbabazi will owe you some explanations in those fields.

Then I saw in the picture the Rt Hon Mbabazi speaking about some scholastic materials including mathematical sets and how he is going to distribute them to students.

Well, I made some calculations, I was informed that the mathematical set is at Shs3500 and I assumed that we may be able to give them to 4 million children from primary five to secondary schools. At the price of Shs3500 that would need Shs14 billion. The budget of the ministry of education is Shs2.3 trillion.

So, when the Rt Hon Mbabazi was supervising the whole government not just one sector, the ministry of education was receiving Shs2.3 trillion. I think Rt Hon Mbabazi owes you an explanation why he didn’t do it when he was Prime Minister and he is thinking of doing it now when he is in his new position.

Just to refresh your minds, as far as education is concerned, in 1986 we had 40,000 classrooms, we now have 149,591 classrooms.

These new schools which we have just finished building are 569 like this one I am showing you here.

Nevertheless, I am going to meet Rt Hon Mbabazi to talk about the reactionary methods that are being used like the seditious documents that are being circulated and the false stories being told.

Now regarding these false statements of his, they are easy to answer because if there is anybody who could be questioned about the weakness, Rt Hon Mbabazi is one of them. We could have achieved more. I always tell you the people I hold accountable and when we get good cadres, we get very good results.

I thought I should clarify on these issues as they come along. I thank you very much.

Source — Daily Monitor


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One Comment


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    jane

    Ronnie….I thought you claim to be apolitical. Can you remove that from there because you’re being hypocritical…. Boy! Or stop posting political stuff and concentrate on cultural issues with the poor pictures yo normally post.





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