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Zuma’s resignation should teach Ugandans about political party strength – Frank Tumwebaze

Minister of ICT and National Guidance who also doubles as MP Kibale East in Kamwenge district, Hon. Frank Tumwebaze has said that the resignation of South African President, Jacob Zuma should be a lesson to Ugandan political parties especially the opposition that power is derived from a party with mass support but not an obsession with individuals.

Frank when asked about what Uganda should learn from the events in South Africa, he said it should serve as a reflection point for the opposition politicians in Uganda. he said the opposition should learn a lesson that political power comes out of organizing politically on merit.

Opposition in Uganda should know that you can’t force a person out office by making noise and an obsession will an individual will take them no where.

In related development Hon. Frank Tumwebaze said weekly briefings on cabinet decisions are to be held every Tuesday. According to Minister Frank Tumwebaze who also doubles a Cabinet spokesperson said the move is aimed at ensuring transparency and an open Government system.

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