SIR â€” The Daily Telegraph on March 19 published an atrocious article about Uganda.
Blomfield, the writer of the article says that the â€œregime of tyranny and torture is back to haunt uganda. It is amazing that a newspaper of the Telegraphâ€™s stature can publish such a pack of lies and in such a malicious manner. this leaves many questions as to the Telegraphâ€™s quality of research about most of the articles it has written in the past and those it will write in future.
I live in Kampala and I wonder how Blomefied, could misinform the entire international community about what is truly happening in Uganda.
next time The Telegraph is looking for something to write about, let it write sense. we have gone through a lot of problems in uganda and we donâ€™t need blomefields messing our chances for tourists and investors visiting our country.
We have a good constitution catering for all ugandans and our courts and many other agencies make sure that these laws are adhered to. We also have a number of human rights watchdogs and organisations which are doing a very good job. I bet Blomefied has never heard of our constitutional reveiw comission which was, until recently, listening to changes Ugandans want in their constitution.
The report is now before our parliament, a parliament that was not put in place by Blomfield or the Daily Telegraph. Ugandaâ€™s economy is also growing very fast.
the Daily Telegraph wrote a lot of nonsense about Uganda