SIRâ€” Why does the Gulu Municipality MP, Norbert Mao, have a low opinion about the Arrow Group?
One of Konyâ€™s commanders telephoned Musa Ecweru, expressing his utter disgust at Ecweruâ€™s mobilisation of the Arrow Group. But if someone breaks his arm, we are obliged to use a bandage to stop his arm from further bleeding and injury. What kind of bandages has Mao offered to rescue northern Uganda from destruction? I believe Mao knows that rebel activity does not thrive in an area where the local population does not sympathise with their cause. It is not too late for Mao to mobilise northern Uganda politicians to fight Kony. Mao should give credit where it is due. If he waits until he identifies the cause of Konyâ€™s rebellion, the economy and security of Uganda will have been compromised.
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SIRâ€” I wonder why Kony has continued to kill people without any reason for many years in northern Uganda. Now he has crossed to Teso in eastern Uganda, killing people, abducting children, raping women. Children and women are always the victims of war since they are the most vulnerable in society.
My appeal goes to the people in Teso region where Kony has invaded not to collaborate with him. Consequently,
he will be defeated, just like
the ADF in western Uganda and Itongwa in Buganda were defeated. What is happening
in the north, should not happen in the east. Otherwise, well done so far, UPDF.
SIRâ€” I wish to thank Capt Mike Mukula for being a role model for future leaders in fighting insurgency. The bishops in the north should follow suit. That goes for Norbert Mao who keeps criticising with no action.
Mao, leave Teso alone! Mind your Gulu!