Thursday, 3 November 2016

Africa - Ugandan President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni carries water on his bicycle on the street

President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni 

72 years old Uganda President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni shocked his people of Monday Oct. 31st 2016, when he posted a pictures of himself struggling to push a bicycle with a gallon of water.

"Today is Day Three of my Operation Wealth Creation drive in Luweero. This morning, I fetched water on my bicycle to demonstrate drip irrigation for coffee and bananas that I have planted on the 24 acres of land recently acquired by government in Kawumu Village, Luweero District. I will continue with my door-to-door mobilisation and sensitization on Operation Wealth Creation" Museveni wrote on his Facebook page.

This initiative however was not well saluted by all, as one could read some negative comments like the ones below, on Museveni's intention behind this act.

Eng Kipkem It seems those guys on the foto do not believe on what you're doing, give them piped water instead so that their work will just be irrigating and not having to fetch first
Martin Chamai Alinda Mr M7 poverty in Uganda isn't a result of laziness, tackle the problem of corruption eating up your peers. You'll fetch water a million times but those you're trying to show will remain in absolute poverty simply because money that w'd develop them is being eaten by your men
Jojo Josyline Oh yes! Not bad to do some practising. Soon this will be your everyday life but that is if you will be lucky enough not to be hanged or sent to Luzir
Maikano Mmolawa The African leaders disease of "me myself and I" is a problem. "I fetched water", "my bicycle","I have planted". Dictator please! You are just trying to ease your conscience. Wealth creation will only happen if fossils like you will make efforts to industrialise Africa instead of importing everything including the hat you are wearing, the shirt on your back, the boots on your feet the pants and even the bicycle. Stop shipping African agricultural produce to Europe to be processed only to pay more for the chocolate bars that came therefrom. 

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