When a state is purposefully United, the implementation of government programs for social-economic transformation can easily be done and fast-tracked.
By Our Reporter
The NRM secretary General, Justine Kasule Lumumba has tasked all the elected leaders, irrespective of their political parties to get down to hard work for proper service delivery and betterment of the country.
“This electoral cycle has now come to an end. I take it his opportunity to appeal to Ugandans at large but specifically to those leaders who participated in the electrical process; to now get down to hard work so as to lay a firm and strong foundation for the social-economic transformation of the country, during this ‘Kisanja’,” Lumumba said.
She challenged the leaders at all levels in the country to develop mechanisms for conflict resolution whether through mediation, reconciliation or arbitration in order to promote unity and cohesion in the country urgueing that when a state is purposefully United, the implementation of government programs for social-economic transformation can easily be done and fast-tracked.
Lumumba also appealed to Ugandans, especially the politicians involved in celebrating their victories to do so in strict compliance with the standard operating procedures as guided by the scientists; so as not to put the people of Uganda at risk of contracting and spreading the COVIS-19 pandemic.
She further urged the general public to continue observing standard operating procedures issued by the he ministry of Health.