Saturday, 30 November 2013
Dearest Hon.Frank and Mr.Yasin, I greet you all in your respective dignities.I am so very happy to have finally put down to appreciate the work done to mitigate the chaos in and around the city.I come in Peace as well to give you good counsel. It would be very unfortunate failing to appreciate the work you have done already but it would also be weird failing to pass on good counsel. To you #Yasin, It was great when you came in when the mayor was almost torn to pieces both psychologically,emotionally and physically.I was at some Point wondering whether we have the Judiciary in Uganda until you came in and said something.I hope you are going to play on much as they hurl insults and threats against you.I thank you.Please stay within the Law and we shall surely do great to find a lasting solution. To you #Frank, I thank you for the work you have done well and would like to speak some sense to you as well.I remember when you were appointed minister for Kampala many people made noise about it with chants of Tribalism Tribalism Tribalism!Do you remember the days? I have seen you do some great work since albeit the last rush hour impeachment of the mayor was quite unbecoming.Being the the minister of Kampala doesn't guarantee ownership over Kampala....the people own Kampala. If i am to remind you a little something about the law,No one is above the Law.If the court rules in favor of the Lord mayor,so shall it be just like when it rules in your favor. I have been reading the papers and i can see you insisting the impeachment still stands.it doesn't,till it is done.If you listen to me it could help:work with the judiciary and you wont regret your effort to this cause. You can do better together only if you work as a team.keep it in line with the law and handle it objectively.thank you! Yours sincerely, Abaho Grace.
Dear J.Musisi|E.Lukwago: It is my heartfelt pain that i finally speak out on the mess you have caused to this city. It is so disturbing to see two learned minds rubbing shoulders every compass direction i take and everyday i wake up.I am sure the two of you can do better than that. The inception of the KCCA by the government was for the greater good of Kampala but right now you have turned it into Kampala Capital Chaos Association. It beats my understanding and i think the understanding why the two of you have stable families and you haven't filed for divorce at any one time.If you can be good parents back home,why then do you fight in the limelight? I don't know why it happens....i am lost in contemplation albeit i know one thing about the government and opposition,they always compete to win mass support? My candid advice to you is that you begin looking at Kampala far beyond your individual selves.Your fights disorganize the city so very much.cant you reach a compromise? To you Jennifer: I appreciate what you have done for the city....i have told you many times.it is not good though to watch what you have put together fall to pieces.You don't have to fight to impeach Lukwago;you can still do good without him.I am not sure where your rifts started but it is not cool fighting all the time. To you Erias, what is gone wrong?you know everyone thinks you are the problem.i am sure you are aware of that and there are better ways of washing yourself clean.you werent born a mayor,it is acquired.Bèfore you were the mayor you had a Life....a peaceful life.i am sure you whether you are impeached or reinstated,you will still be a successful citizen.shake it off! A few years ago i went for a dialogue with some lawyers...it was for positivists and naturalists,the latter couldn't come to an agreement with the former. i am sure you did that in law school(both of you).is it what you too are doing?i hope not! I have always said and i will say this:If you are not the problem,it is someone else.Find the cause of the problem,treat it and see if you don't reconcile. People go on the streets to demonstrate because both of you are important to our society.could you please let us benefit from your talents peacefully? Yours sincerely, Abaho Grace.