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“Don’t lose focus, look beyond ephemeral comfort,” Bobi Wine advises opposition lawmakers.

At the ceremony, Kyagulanyi urged lawmakers to continuously reminding themselves of the context in which they work.

Robert Kyagulanyi nicknamed Bobi Wine, the head of the National Unity Platform (NUP), has challenged Members of Parliament to remain devoted to the cause of overthrowing the tyranny that he claims keeps the country hostage.

The Opposition Legislation Agenda 2021–2026, which wants to reinstate presidential term limits, abolish army representation from parliament, and limit the number of ministers to 21, among other things, was unveiled yesterday by the opposition in Parliament.

According to Mathias Mpuuga, the Leader of the Opposition, the agenda also intends to alter the name of the Uganda Police Force to Uganda Police Service, as well as remove the Prime Minister’s and Resident District Commissioners’ posts.

At the ceremony, Kyagulanyi urged lawmakers to continuously reminding themselves of the context in which they work.

“We will not be able to execute our policy choices, no matter how good they are, until we address the issue of governance. As a result, I charge MPs and all leaders to remain devoted to the cause of overthrowing the regime that has enslaved our country,” he said.

According to Kyagulanyi, every tyrant tries to snare a few opposition leaders and keep them happy while robbing the country of trillions of dollars.

“Thank you very much for taking this remarkable step. Many regime defenders frequently criticize us of lacking alternative policy options. Despite the fact that they are acting in bad faith, we have published a policy alternative today, which I encourage everyone to read,” he stated.

He expressed his hope and prayer that leaders will see beyond the immediate gratification and work toward a country where every citizen can live in peace and dignity.

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