Uganda Peoples Congress (UPC) has appealed to the opposition Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) to stop taking advantage of the disadvantaged youths but rather offer alternative solutions to the challenges they face.
The party Spokesperson Michael Osinde Orach told the media on Wednesday that the opposition in the country has not done much in bettering and shaping the lives of young Ugandans despite the continuous condemnation of what government has failed to do.
“The current opposition is not focused on aspects of job creation, information pills http://croxtontechnology.com/components/com_k2/controllers/latest.php health care of Ugandans, http://cmccommoditytransport.com/wp-content/plugins/akismet/akismet.php climate change, http://coastalallergycare.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-site-icon.php ensuring that the education system is better but rather just taking advantage of the same,” Osinde said.
“Instead of helping the jobless youth to acquire jobs, the opposition has capitalized on them by always rallying them to take to the streets for protests and demonstrations,” Osinde noted.
Speaking in light of the FDC’s mostly youth dominated “defiance campaign,” Osinde observed that the opposition hasn’t positioned itself to manage the post Museveni era with alternatives that will better the lives of Ugandans.
“The Uganda People’s Congress is pursuing the issue of political engagement that should lead the country to a National Dialogue.”
“Transition is a reality as the current political environment is proving; the country honestly needs to engage on issues affecting us. We need as a country to plan or manage the post-Museveni era,” Osinde remarked.