The Archbishop of Mbarara Archdiocese His Grace Paul K. Bakyenga has argued the youth to work towards changing their universities and societies.
In a speech read by the Diocesan Pastoral Coordinator Rev. Fr. Leo Tinkatumire, Bakyenga said that the youth should work for transformation of their societies. “Much has been invested in you. Make every effort to transform the universities where you are and your societies after your graduation.”
Dr. Sarah SSali a senior lecturer at the school of Women and Gender studies Makerere University has urged youth to unite and form a single coalition if they are to effectively communicate with government about their grievances.
Electoral Commission Chairman Eng. Badru Kiggunddu has cleared the air about the claims by the opposition that he favours the ruling party and passes policies are benefiting the National Resistance Movement (NRM).
Speaking at “the National Violence Free Elections dialogue at Makerere University” main hall yesterday, Kiggundu said that he does not support any political party.