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Kamya stays out of opposition protests

By Vision Reporter

Added 20th April 2011 03:00 AM

THE Uganda Federal Alliance (UFA) president, Beti Kamya, has said her party is not part of the opposition demonstrations against the rising food and fuel prices.

THE Uganda Federal Alliance (UFA) president, Beti Kamya, has said her party is not part of the opposition demonstrations against the rising food and fuel prices.

By FREDRICK KIWANUKA

THE Uganda Federal Alliance (UFA) president, Beti Kamya, has said her party is not part of the opposition demonstrations against the rising food and fuel prices.

Kamya said opposition leaders mobilising walk-to-work demonstrations were merely exciting people but not providing a cure to Uganda’s problems.

Addressing Luweero residents at the launch of the Uganda Federal Alliance, Luweero District Development Programme, in Luweero town on Sunday, Kamya criticised fellow opposition leaders for taking people to the streets instead of mobilising them for development.

She gave 500 coffee seedlings to farmers, which she said was a bondage between Luweero and UFA.

She challenged fellow opposition leaders to improve people’s lives without waiting to enter State House.
Kamya said UFA would show people both the political the development routes.

She promised to look for money to support development initiatives in all the districts of Uganda.

Kamya said UFA will in the next four years concentrate on development and then revert to politics during the 2016 elections.

Kamya stays out of opposition protests

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