Uganda’s Leader of Opposition Hon. Mathias Mpuuga Nsamba recently declared a conduct visiting different parts of the country to see whether the budgetary funds passed by the government meet people’s needs.
Opposition leaders often developed alternative policies and present them as alternatives to the government’s agenda. He critically analyzed the government’s policies, legislation, and decisions, highlighting any perceived shortcomings or negative consequences.
Despite worsening relations with the Prime Minister Hon. Nabbanja accusing opposition leader mobilizing official workers protesting and boycotting their works. Among this precedent followed rioting in Buikwe district where doctors expressed their angry towards the government, spending three months with no payment.
The Masaka Mukungwe legislator piled government officials over delaying to deliver social services to the communities and corrupt. He therefore insisted on his work despite Nabbanja’s threatening movements.
Earlier this week on Monday Mpuuga accompanied with his fellow opposition legislators toured Mpigi District of the same motion of justifying factual circulation of tax payers’ money in Mpigi Central.
They furthermore visited different institutions in Mpigi including school sectors and health sectors: Mpigi Healthy Centre IV, Buwama Healthy Centre III, Mpigi Central Market, Wamatovu Seed Senior Secondary School and St. Mugagga S.S in Buwama Town Council.
Dr. Umar Dungu who’s in cherge of Mpigi healthy center IV expressed his worry’s to the LOP compelling that they are working in a small shaped place. He therefore called up on upgrading on the health center.
Among the present personals on yesterday’s session included the LC. V Chairperson Martin Ssejjembe who allegedly accused brutal acts of the UPDF personals to the locals. He pleaded!
Mawokota North legislator Hon. Hillary Kiyagga together with opposition leaders furthermore met citizens who accused Uganda National Roads Authority, (UNRA) of having used consumed their land unfortunately they were denied their respective payments.
It’s important to note that the specific role and influence of an opposition leader can vary significantly depending on factors such as the country’s political system, the strength of democratic institutions, the ruling party’s willingness to accommodate dissenting voices, and the level of support the opposition leader commands among the population.