Kampala Woman MP Nabilah Naggayi Sempala seems to have lost trust in the government and opposition leaders. The Member of Parliament who is apparently a member of Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) said voters have grown weary of threadbare recitations common to both opposition and NRM government.
She said the country needs solutions based on hard evidence not ideological correctness. The legislator expressed her points while posting on her Facebook page today. Below is her statement on the matter of the national importance;
The ball is in my hands: Nabilah Naggayi Sempala doesn’t trust opposition and the government
Nabilah Naggayi Sempala, “With the 2016 national campaigns approaching, my fervent hope is that voters have grown weary of the threadbare recitations common to both opposition and NRM. They should instead demand pragmatic, creative and courageous approaches that bypass the tiresome populist slogans. This campaign will be wasted if voters continue to hear about the dreary social issues and the virtues of never, never raising taxes, and about candidates “who will fight for people like you.” Oh, please! [adrotate banner=”3″]
We yearn for an agenda that matches the country’s and Kampala’s actual problems: Creating a wider prosperity; building an infrastructure that works; forging a coherent, sophisticated health insurance policy; fostering a truly effective system for education and training; and devising serious policies on climate and energy(this year every farmer has suffered). Uganda longs for solutions based on hard evidence, not ideological correctness”,.
For God and my country!