SIR â€” I donâ€™t know what ugandans want!
It is absurd to hear people say they donâ€™t need development. Kampala in particular need an active mayor.
It is absurd to hear people say they donâ€™t need development. Kampala in particular need an active mayor. So far Mayor Sebaggala has proved himself a revolutionary. People hesitated to vote him into office but it seems the people who supported him will hate him first.
He is a man who really does what he says.
We strongly support him if he brings buses to Kampala city. this will reduce traffic jams.
Look at Shoprite in the evening and count how many taxis with uncoordinated drivers who only can drive by the command of a whistle.
We really welcome buses to kampala and UTODA should look for alternatives. Thank you Seya and remain revolutionary.
Radjab T. Mpabuka
SIR â€” I am ashamed to say that I am one of the people who had a very low opinion of Seya Nasser Ntege Sebaggala. But the man is turning out to be a wonder worker and in record time too! Buses are what Kampala badly needs at the moment. But for obvious reasons, he is going to step on many peopleâ€™s toes. But he should not fear because he is heading in the right direction and is not an arm-chair administrator.
In fact he is a good contrast to those who perch up high in the clouds and start lecturing about visions and how great they are, year in, year out when the country suffers diminishing returns.
If Sebaggala remains consistent and continues doing what he promises, 2011 might be a year of surprises. But I warn him that there are many people who are going to be scared because of having been exposed as non-performers but who always want to stay in the limelight! Sebaggala is turning out to be the cornerstone which the builders rejected! And because of this I am sure those who are more gifted with rhetoric will be thinking of how to bring him down so that they can continue to be seen as the only custodians of ideas!
Seya is a politician with a difference!