“Don’t worry about anything. We shall tarmac the roads. You should also repent the sin of little faith. You are like disciples who became impatient with Jesus when they were crossing the lake. We have constructed Ishaka-Kagamba and many other roads. We shall not fail to work on this one. Be patient with me” (…) “Talk about education. In 1956, there were only six schools with primary seven in the whole of Ankole sub region but now, all sub counties in Sheema have secondary schools. Let’s be patient, all things will come” – Yoweri Kaguta Museveni (Zadock Amanyisa – ‘‘Be patient with me,’ Museveni tells Ugandans’ 06.12.2018, link: https://www.monitor.co.ug/News/National/-Be-patient-with-me—Museveni-tells-Ugandans/688334-4884084-4swpft/index.html).
There is something special about Mzee or Bosco, something rare, but not endearing. His a man who has run the Republic since 1986. The man behind the Movement and the one who has mirrored himself with the whole state and government itself.
President Yoweri have centralized all power around himself and has militarized the whole thing. That is why every moment he has, he praises the army and soldiers, but hates the civil servants. This is his M.O., this is what the President does best.
Now, with this mind, he is asking for patience, that the Ankole has to give the President time. Not like they haven’t given him any. Not like this after his first 100 days in office, not like it was first term in office either. His on his 7th Unofficial Term as a President, Officially 6th term… So he has had 32 years and soon 33 years. Therefore, the man has had the time to deliver, but has squandered it with foolishness and greed.
We all know that, because of the HISTORY that MUSEVENI has created. If he wanted to deliver, he would have, if he would had cared it would have happen. But apparently he has preferred special treatment and cronyism. Not development, not serve the public or even follow any of the fancy plans for the Republic.
Mzee, the time has ticked, the clock isn’t working. Museveni is not working like clockwork. As a President he should not ask for patience now. That gravy-train … has left the station, a long time ago.
When you have been the Executive, the President and the Almighty Ruler for over 30 YEARS. Should have achieved what was needed already, you should have had sufficient time to deliver and serve the public. Alas, that isn’t the case.
Asking for patience, asking for more time? How much more do you need?
You have had all the days since 26th January 1986, which by my calculation is 12,002 days since you took power or over 394 months, also as a total of 1714 weeks. If these numbers doesn’t say you had the time. How much more do you need?
12,002 days, 394 months or 1714 weeks(!!). President Museveni you have had the time, to ask for more is an insult. Not only to our common intelligence, but time itself. Your insulting everyone’s watches, when your asking for more time. Peace.