NRA bush war historical, Al Hajj Abdul Nadduli, who is also the former minister without portfolio has stated that president Yoweri Kaguta Museveni Tibuhaburwa should stop pretending that Ugandans are safe yet killings are happening in broad daylight.
While in an interview with a local radio station, Nadduli stated that Uganda cannot be safe when security is manned by Young people who don’t know the 10-point program that brought NRA/NRM into power.
Naduli’s remarks were inspired by the broad daylight assassination attempt on fellow NRA historical, Gen. Katumba Wamala who last week survived with bullet wounds after unknown assailants sprayed over 50 bullets through his vehicle and left his daughter, Brenda Nantongo and driver Haruna Kayondo dead. Naduli admits that Museveni has failed drastically in securing the lives and property of Ugandans. “He has left everything to the amateurs who don’t have an idea on the NRA agenda,” Naduli says. “Attempting to kill Katumba means a lot to our security. If a full general is attacked in such a way, then all Ugandans should be worried,” he adds.